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Empowering success in life-changing ways

Spring 2013

CLASS SCHEDULE REGISTER NOW! Classes begin Jan. 23

Collegeability:

Late-start classes also are available.

Get a high quality education. Prepare for a good job. Affordability Employability Transferability Enjoyability


At Triton College,

Less is

More.

Triton College One-Year Cost of Tuition and Fees

These days, full-time enrollment at a public college or university can set you back at least $10,000 per year. And, if your child wants to attend a private college or for-profit training school, you’ll probably need at least twice that much.

Sample of Public Illinois Universities

At Triton College, you’ll pay a lot less for the same classes and also get so much more: • High quality education leading to an associate degree or certificate. • Transferable credits ... guaranteed.

Annual Cost of Tuition/Fees

Annual Savings

Sample of Private Illinois Universities

$3,160 Annual Savings

Annual Cost of Tuition/Fees (Excludes cost of room/board and books)

By Attending Triton College

DePaul University

$30,000

$26,840

$6,702

Columbia College

$20,634

$17,474

$11,386

$8,226

Elmhurst College

$29,994

$26,834

$14,414

$11,254

Illinois Institute of Technology

$30,043

$31,883

Loyola University

$33,294

$30,134

(Excludes cost of room/board and books)

By Attending Triton College

Illinois State University

$12,230

$9,070

Northern Illinois University

$9,832

University of Illinois-Chicago University of Illinois-Urbana

• Credentialed and experienced instructors. • Extensive student support. • A culture that embraces diversity and promotes success.

*Fall 2011-Spring 2012 Rates

• A true college experience .... Just a little closer to home.

Don’t Forget to Register! Credit Classes Begin Jan. 23

Registration

Continuing Education Classes

Now-Jan. 22

Start dates range from Dec. 12 through early May.

Where: Triton College, Welcome Center

When: 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. • Mondays through Thursdays 9 a.m.-4 p.m. • Fridays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. • Saturdays

NEW STUDENTS Apply online then register by calling (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 or register online at www.triton.edu. These options also are available to returning students.

For more information, call

(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Register online at www.triton.edu TRITON SCHEDULE, Volume 43, No. 3, is produced by the Creative Services Department, Triton College. TRITON SCHEDULE, (USPS 688-710) is published six times a year by Triton College, 2000 Fifth Avenue, River Grove, IL 60171. Second-class postage paid at River Grove, IL and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Triton Schedule, 2000 Fifth Avenue, River Grove, IL 60171.


Table of Contents Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7 Applying for Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 How to Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Tuition Payment Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Application for Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 CREDIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-38 Distance Learning (Internet) Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17 Fast Track Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19 Weekend Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 CREDIT COURSE LISTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-38 Campus Maps and Building Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 CONTINUING EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42-77 Continuing Education Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44-45 COURSE LISTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52-77 ADULT EDUCATION ESL, GED, Adult High School/Evening High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78-80 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84-85 Triton Extras to Help You Succeed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Area Maps and Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside back cover

Contact Information

Call (708) 456-0300

Admission .........................................................................................................Ext. Bookstore..........................................................................................................Ext. Cashier ....................................................................................................Ext. 3649, Chargeback .......................................................................................................Ext. Child Care .........................................................................................................Ext. Counseling ........................................................................................................Ext. Financial Aid .....................................................................................................Ext. New Student Orientation ................................................................................Ext. Placement Testing ............................................................................................Ext. Tours (College)..................................................................................................Ext.

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Scheduling Options We’re making it easy for you to continue your education or upgrade your job skills by offering you several course scheduling options. You can take classes: • on our main campus • on the Internet (see Distance Learning Courses ad on Pages 16-17) • on weekends (see Take a Class on the Weekend ad on Page 20) • in about half the usual time–seven weeks or less (see Fast Track Classes ad on Pages 18-19)

Spring Semester 2013 Calendar Oct. 29 Oct. 29-Dec. 20 Oct. 29 Nov. 26-Jan. 22 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 Dec. 12 Dec. 21-May 17 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 23-28 Jan. 25 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 March 15 March 15 March 18-24 March 25 March 25 March 29-31 April 20 April 30 May 14-17 TBA May 21

Advanced registration begins Tuition deadline of Jan. 3 for students registering on these dates FACTS Plan Available Registration/Placement Testing New Student Orientation • 2 p.m. New Student Orientation • 4 p.m. New Student Orientation • 10 a.m. Tuition deadline of 10 days for students registering on these dates New Student Orientation • 10 a.m. Super Saturday/New Student Orientations • 10 a.m.-4 p.m. New Student Orientation • 2 p.m. Department Chairpersons return Holiday, no classes Faculty workshop Credit classes begin GED/ESL classes begin Schedule adjustment (add/drop) Weekend College classes begin, first six-week classes May 2013 Graduation petition deadline Last day for 100 percent refund for 15-week credit classes Continuing Education classes begin Last day for 50 percent refund for 15-week credit classes Last day to make up incomplete grades Last day to drop first seven-week classes with a “W” Weekend College classes begin, second six-week classes Mid-semester Spring recess, no classes GED/ESL Mini-term classes begin Second seven-week classes begin Spring Holiday, no classes Last day to drop 15-week classes with a “W” Last day to drop second seven-week classes with a “W” Final Exams Graduation Grades due by 7:30 p.m.

Affirmative Action and Title IX Visit www.triton.edu to take a fresh look at Triton College. We’ve improved page navigation so it’s easy to move around the site, updated content and added new features too. Visit the site often to discover more new content we’ll be introducing on a regular basis.

Looking for information? Find us on the Web! www.triton.edu • Application for Admission • Selection of Courses • Registration • Tuition Payment • Financial Aid Data Form • General Petition Form

• Transcript Request Form • Copy of Student Schedule • Unofficial Transcripts • Financial Aid Status • Faculty and Staff Phone Extensions

• Campus Events and Organizations • Program Information • Online Bookstore

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Times, dates and costs listed are subject to change. All tuition fees are subject to revision by the Triton College Board of Trustees without prior notice.

Triton College is committed to providing an educational and work environment conducive to learning and to the fair and impartial treatment of students, parents, employees, volunteers and those with whom Triton does business. It is the policy of Triton College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, marital status or disability in admission to and participation in its educational programs, employment policies or activities. Inquiries regarding compliance with state and federal nondiscrimination regulations may be directed to: Affirmative Action Officer Triton College 2000 Fifth Ave. River Grove, IL 60171

or to any of the following agencies 1. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1400 L Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20005 or the Chicago District Office 500 W. Madison, 28th floor Chicago, IL 60661 (312) 353-2713 2. Illinois Department of Human Rights 100 W. Randolph, Suite 10100 Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 814-6200 3. Office of Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education 111 N. Canal, Ste. 1053 Chicago, IL 60606 (312) 886-8434

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news&views TEAM Mentoring Program Triton employees step up to give students a leg up When Jocelyn Sanchez of Elmwood Park initially enrolled at Triton College, she didn’t know that she would have her own personal “coach” in Director of Admissions Izabela Zurawska to accompany her on her educational journey when she decided to participate in the new TEAM mentoring program. The program, Triton Employees as Mentors, was developed to address the needs of full-time students who are taking two or more developmental education courses in reading, math, or writing. According to Jackie Werner, Program Coordinator and Student Success Strategist, the program is currently serving 87 first-year Triton students – exceeding its goal for the first year by 45 percent. Sanchez admits that, at first, she didn’t know where the college library was located or that on-campus tutors were available. But with Zurawska’s guidance, it wasn’t long before she became acclimated to the campus. “The program has provided me with a helping hand so that I can get adapted to Triton without feeling overwhelmed,” Sanchez said. To get the program underway, Werner matched up students and employee mentors with similar career and personal interests. TEAM students have welcomed the extra support from their mentors, including motivation to keep up with their classes. “It’s important for Triton employees to be able to provide our students – new and returning – with the information and guidance they need to be successful,” Zurawska said. “This program provides that through one-on-one interaction.” Werner is encouraged by the program’s strong start and is already thinking about next steps. “Our hope is that this program will expand into the spring semester. We also intend to create a link with our district high schools and inform counselors about the program and how their Triton-bound students can benefit.”

Student Veteran: Keke Kirksey Shakana Kirksey – affectionately known around the Triton College campus as Keke – stays on the go, as a full-time student, military veteran and single mother. A member of almost every club and organization available on campus, the 31-year-old prefers to stay busy with positive activities after going through a stint of unforeseen and unfortunate challenges in her life. On active duty until the birth of her daughter in 2003, Kirksey went into the reserves in 2004 and experienced difficulty finding and holding down a job, as many were temporary. She was hit hardest from spring through fall 2010, when she found herself without a job, money and a home, and had little option but to live in her car with her 8-year-old daughter Shyan. She had not received the assistance to which she

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Upcoming renovations at Triton College with sustainability in mind Triton College is currently in the design development phase of renovating its Health & Sciences Building (H-Building), which incorporates many sustainable concepts to provide students and faculty with an educational environment that will sustain into the future. Associate Vice President of Facilities John Lambrecht said the building will include a cistern to collect roof water that will be reused as toilet water; a green roof with granite chips that will reflect the sun back into the atmosphere, thus decreasing the wearing and tearing of the building; plus a efficient, low-energy consumption mechanical system will be installed. Lambrecht said many of the green features will help cut down on the cost of operating and maintaining the building. Other features of the building will include surgical technology and dissection labs, a relaxed seating area for students and a computer commons area with wi-fi capability. “We’re really trying to look toward the future with remodeling this building and provide our students with a state-of-the-art learning environment conducive to their education,” Lambrecht said. The projected opening date of the building is fall 2014.

was entitled after serving nearly 10 years of service in the military, and her grandmother, her only real family in the Maywood area, lived in senior housing which would not accept neither Kirksey or her daughter. These trials and tribulations only pushed Kirksey harder to establish a better future for herself and her child. Through the support of friends who provided Kirksey with a place to stay, she continues her educational pursuit in paralegal studies at Triton, which she begun in spring 2010. “I always wanted to go to law school. So I told myself, it was time to buckle down, and Triton became an option,” she said. “Once I got my foot in the door, I couldn’t imagine not coming here.” Kirksey says the Triton community inspires her to achieve her dreams, especially the Triton College Student Association’s Commit to Complete program. “I’m one of those living examples about how things can attempt to stop you from your education. But you can’t let them stop you. You have to keep moving forward. ” Kirksey recently added a couple more student clubs to her list: Not only is she president of Triton’s student government, but she serves as president of a new organization for student veterans.


ADMISSION If you are an associate degree- or certificate-seeking student: 1. Complete the Application for Admission on Page 9, or online at www.triton.edu/application. 2. Submit official high school or GED transcripts. 3. Submit official college transcripts (if applicable). 4. Submit your ACT scores (if applicable). 5. Complete mandatory placement exams in reading, writing and math. Please visit www.triton.edu/placementtesting for additional information. 6. Complete mandatory Destination Success New Student Orientation in person or online at www.triton.edu/destinationsuccess Note: • Log onto your student portal, My Triton Space at www.triton.edu for additional information. • Most Health Career programs have additional admission requirements, including mandatory attendance at an Information Session. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3858 (Nursing) or 3545 (other Health Careers) or 3130 (Admissions Call Center). • For more information about GED, call the Adult Education office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3713.

REGISTRATION: 2 WAYS TO REGISTER ONLINE REGISTRATION To register online, go to www.triton.edu and log on to My Triton Space. If you have questions, please contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Some courses and programs may require in-person registration.

IN-PERSON REGISTRATION Register in person by checking in at the Welcome Center. • Returning students may register in person during registration hours. • New students may register following completion of New Student Orientation. Registration Hours: 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.• Mondays through Thursdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m. • Fridays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. • Saturdays (Campus closed Dec. 24-Jan.1)

If you are not seeking a degree and taking less than 12 credit hours: • Complete the Application for Admission on Page 9, or online at www.triton.edu/application • Take placement tests. For information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Applicants to most Health Careers programs must meet additional requirements. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3858 (Nursing), or 3545 (other Health Careers), or 3130 (Admissions Call Center).

Placement Testing Triton College expects all students to either possess at the time of admission or acquire through appropriate developmental course work, the basic reading, writing and mathematical skills that are necessary for success in the course or program of study chosen by the student. Therefore, Triton College requires all entering degree-seeking students to take institutional placement tests or provide formal documentation of basic learning skills. See counselor for exceptions. Students scoring in the developmental range on the English placement test must enroll in appropriate college reading and/or writing courses prior to the completion of 12 academic credit hours. New students are encouraged to complete testing prior to attending orientation. Students with previously earned college credit may be waived from placement tests if they personally bring in a college transcript or grade report showing successful completion of a college-level English composition/rhetoric course or mathematics course. New transfer students need to bring a transcript or grade report to their orientation program. Returning students should bring appropriate documentation with them at the time of registration. For more information, visit www.triton.edu/placementtesting.

Placement Testing Schedule 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Mondays-Thursdays Fridays Saturdays

Please arrive at least two hours prior to closing to allow enough time to complete the assessment. For more information see Page 11, or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3852.

TUITION The tuition rate is based on your permanent residence. To be considered a resident of District 504 a student*: • must have occupied and/or owned a dwelling for 30 days immediately prior to the start of the classes. • must provide two forms of verification in the student’s name: Illinois driver’s license, auto registration, property tax statement, voter registration, utility or phone bill, lease or purchase agreement, library card or other appropriate documentation. A change from out-of-district to in-district during the semester becomes effective no earlier than the following semester. Students are required to report a change of address to the Welcome Center. Towns and villages in the Triton district are: Bellwood Berkeley Broadview Brookfield (part) Elmwood Park Forest Park Franklin Park Harwood Heights (part) Hillside Hines LaGrange Park (part) Maywood Melrose Park

Norridge (part) Northlake North Riverside Norwood Park (part, Pennoyer) Oak Park River Forest River Grove Riverside Rosemont (part) Schiller Park Stone Park Westchester

*This policy does not apply to international students on a visa.

Tuition per credit hour In-district . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$98* Out-of-district . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$256* Out-of-state/International Students . . . . . .$321.05* *Select programs may have higher rates.

There is a $8 per credit hour student services fee, $1 per course auxiliary fee, registration fee ($5 for part-time students; $10 for full-time students), technology fee ($34 for part-time students; $70 for full-time students), and a $25 online course fee. Some classes have special lab and material fees. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

How to Compute Your Tuition Costs The following formula will help you determine the cost of courses you register for this semester:

Here is an example to follow: 2 Total hours registered for x $98 Tuition rate = $196 Registration Fee 0 to 11 credit hours $5 12 credit hours or more $10 Student Services Fee $8 per credit hour X 2 credit hours Technology Fee 0 to 11 credit hours $34 12 credit hours or more $70 Auxiliary Fee $1 per course X 1 course Lab Fees See “Lab Fee” column in course listing for exact amount Online Course Fee $25 per online course Total

$ 5 $ $ 16 $ 34 $ $ 1

$ --$ --$ 252

Times, dates and costs listed are subject to change. All tuition fees are subject to revision by the Triton College Board of Trustees without prior notice.

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TUITION Chargebacks and Joint Agreements Chargebacks allow qualifying out-of-district students to attend Triton at the in-district rate when their academic program is not offered by the community college in their district. Interested students should contact the community college in their district at least 30 days prior to the start of the semester. Joint Agreements have been developed to provide opportunities for qualifying Triton district residents to enroll at the indistrict rate for programs offered outside the district. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3726. Work in the District? If you live outside Triton’s district, but work full time (approx. 35 hours per week) for an approved in-district company, you may be eligible for in-district tuition. Interested students must first apply for a chargeback, when applicable. If a chargeback is not available, the company representative must sign the Contract Training Form (available in our Chargeback Office) verifying the student’s employment. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3726. Transfer Guarantee Triton College guarantees that your courses will transfer or your tuition and fees will be refunded.* To take advantage of this guarantee: • meet with a Triton counselor to determine the courses you need to take and which ones will transfer to the four-year institution of your choice. • sign the guarantee along with the counselor and the dean of Enrollment Services. For information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3588. *All provisions of the Credit Transfer Guarantee must be followed. Reduced Tuition for Older Adults Residents of the Triton College district who are 60 years of age or older may register for credit classes at a reduced rate. The reduced tuition rate is $6 per semester hour. Additionally, senior citizens are entitled to a waiver of the registration fee ($5 for part-time students and $10 for fulltime students.) Proof of age is required. Responsibility of the Student It is the student’s responsibility to: • know and observe their program requirements, the rules governing academic work and college policies.* • meet all requirements and deadlines. *For information on college policies and procedures, obtain a college catalog at the Welcome Center, located in the Student Center, or a student handbook in Room B-120.

Privacy Act/Directory Information Students annually are informed of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 through the college catalog, which is distributed each year.

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PAYMENT OPTIONS PAY ONLINE at www.triton.edu. Go to www.triton.edu and log onto My Triton Space then select “Online Payment.” Payment in full can be made with Visa, MasterCard or American Express.

PAY BY MAIL using the envelope provided in your billing statement. Payment in full can be made with a check or money order payable to Triton College.

PAY IN PERSON Cashier’s Office – Learning Resource Center, Room A-202 Payment in full can be made with cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard or American Express.

Welcome Center – Main Hall, Student Center Payment in full can be made with check, money order, Visa, MasterCard or American Express.

Hours are: 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. – Mondays through Thursdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m. – Fridays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. – Saturdays

Pay by FACTS Tuition Payment Plan To help you meet the expenses at Triton College, we offer a convenient monthly budget plan for students with a tuition balance of at least $250. FACTS gives you two options for making monthly payments. You may make payments by either automatic bank payments or by charging payments to your Discover Card, MasterCard or American Express. Because FACTS is not a loan program, there is no debt incurred, no credit search, and no interest or finance charges assessed on the unpaid balance. FACTS charges a $25 per semester nonrefundable fee to enroll and participate in its program. Students who opt to use the credit card option also will incur a credit card convenience fee.

How FACTS Works Using FACTS is simple. Complete and sign the FACTS Tuition Payment Agreement Form available at the Cashier’s Office in the Learning Resource Center, or enroll online. To enroll online, go to www.triton.edu and log onto My Triton Space, then click on FACTS Tuition Payment Plan. Once you submit your online agreement, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to verify your agreement. You may budget your tuition and fees one of two ways: A. Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) – ACH payments are those payments you have authorized FACTS to process directly with your financial institution. It is simply a bank-to-bank transfer of funds that you have preapproved for your tuition at Triton College. Payment can be made from either your checking or savings account. Payments are processed on the fifth of each month and will continue until the balance due to the college is paid in full. B. Credit Card Option – If you elect to use this option, monthly payments along with a convenience fee will be charged to the Discover Card, MasterCard or American Express as designated at the time of origination. The convenience fee is in addition to the FACTS nonrefundable enrollment fee. Payments will be charged on the fifth of each month until the balance is paid in full.

Completing the FACTS Agreement Whether you enroll online or by completing the paper agreement, be sure to have the following information: • Your student ID number. • The name and address of the person responsible for making the payments. • Account information for the responsible person. 1. If paying by automatic bank payments, you will need bank name, telephone number, account number and the bank routing number. Most of this information is located on your check. If enrolling via the paper agreement process, you will need to attach a voided check or provide accurate savings account information. 2. If paying by credit card, you will need the credit card number and expiration date. To use the credit card option you must enroll online.


PAYMENT DUE DATE You may be dropped from all classes if payment is not received by the due date stated on your tuition bill. • Students who register now-Dec. 20 must make payment by Jan. 3. • Students who register Dec. 21-May 17 must make payment within 10 days. You are responsible for paying tuition for all classes for which you have registered. You should not assume that you have automatically been dropped from classes if you don’t pay for them by the due date. Be sure to drop any class you do not wish to take. If you register, fail to attend, and fail to officially withdraw from classes, you are still responsible for the tuition. Students who receive grades but do not pay will be subject to collection fees when the account is turned over to the college’s collection agency.

FINANCIAL AID A variety of financial aid options are available to help assist students in meeting educational expenses. By applying for financial aid, students will be evaluated for eligibility for federal and state grant programs, on-campus employment and low interest student loans. Financial aid eligibility is based on the family’s financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. For more information on financial aid, either stop by our office located in the Student Center, Room B-216W, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3155, or visit us online at www.triton.edu/finaid.

To apply for financial aid for the Spring 2013 semester: • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA must be completed online at www.fafsa.gov. Triton students should list our school code number 001773. Students are encouraged to use the “IRS Data Retrieval” tool when completing the FAFSA. The retrieval tool will save time and increase the accuracy of FAFSA information. • Complete and submit the Triton College Financial Aid Data Form, available from the Financial Aid Office, or printed from Triton’s Web site at www.triton.edu/finaidforms. • Submit a final, official high school/GED transcript to the Triton College Admission and Records Office. • Submit any additional forms that are requested to verify taxable and nontaxable income.

Scholarships Triton College and the Triton College Foundation offer a variety of scholarships, as well as information on many private scholarships from other organizations. For more information on scholarship opportunities, please visit the Scholarship Office, located in the Student Center, Room B-216W, or review our online scholarship directory listed under www.triton.edu/finaid: Scholarships.

Financial Aid Refund/Repayment Financial aid recipients who receive federal aid may be required to refund the federal programs if they withdraw completely from their courses on or before the 60 percent point of the enrollment period. Refund formulas consider institutional charges, financial aid awarded, and last date of attendance in determining amounts to be returned to the financial aid program.

Standards of Academic Progress All students receiving financial aid and/or veterans’ benefits must meet the Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress (SAP). The financial aid SAP policy is available from the Financial Aid Office, online under the financial aid section of Triton’s Web site, or in the Triton College Catalog.

Veterans’ Benefits Triton College is approved for the Montgomery and Post 9/11 GI Bill, Reservist and other federal veteran’s educational programs, as well as the Illinois Veterans Grant, MIA/POW Scholarship and the Illinois National Guard Scholarship. Veterans should contact a Veterans Affairs representative in the Financial Aid Office, Student Center, Room B-216W, or visit www.triton.edu/finaid: Veterans Benefits, for more information on eligibility and submission of necessary documents. Additional resources are available at www.gibill.va.gov.

Additional Information on Financial Aid Sources For more information on sources of financial assistance visit www.collegezone.com.

Gainful Employment Information To view estimated cost and employment opportunities for certificate programs, please visit www.triton.edu/GainfulEmployment.

Student Photo ID Card A student identification card may be required to access various services on campus. An ID is required for admittance into the Educational Technology Resource Center, to check out materials in the Library, and for discounted admittance to student events. You may obtain your ID at the Welcome Center in the Student Center. Two forms of identification are required: your current class schedule and a picture ID. There is no charge for the initial ID, however, there is a $5 replacement charge if lost. Welcome Center Hours 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Fridays Saturdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Student Grade Reports Final grades are available online at www.triton.edu (click on My Triton Space). Student Grade Reports are not mailed.

Refund Policy A student who registers, fails to attend class and fails to officially withdraw from the class, is still responsible for all tuition and fees. A student who receives grades for a class, but does not pay, will be subjected to collection fees when the unpaid balance is turned over to a collection agency. A student who officially withdraws from any class may be refunded a percentage of the course tuition, depending on when withdrawal is made (see the following table). The registration, late registration, proficiency test and special examination fees are not refundable. The auxiliary and student service fees are refundable only when official withdrawal occurs before the start of the semester. Refund A student is entitled to a 100 percent refund when official withdrawal is made no later than the following refund schedule (all days are business days): Course Length

100%

50%

Full Charge

13-17 weeks 11-12 weeks 8-10 weeks 5-7 weeks 3-4 weeks 1-2 weeks Less than 1 week

1-5 days 1-4 days 1-3 days 1-2 days 1 day 1 day

6-10 days 5-8 days 4-6 days 3-4 days 2 days

11 days-end of course 9 days-end of course 7 days-end of course 5 days-end of course 3 days-end of course 2 days-end of course 1 day-end of course

Students should consult a current class schedule for specific withdrawal dates for each term. All requests for exceptions to this policy must be made in writing on a General Petition form and submitted to the Welcome Center in the Student Center within one calendar year of the semester in dispute. For more information, you may obtain a guide to refund petitioning at the Welcome Center.

Tuition Refunds/Credit Vouchers for Students Called to Active Military Service Any active student who is required to withdraw from classes during his/her regular semester or summer term due to active military obligations will be entitled to a full refund of tuition or credit voucher (unless paid by a state/federal agency) upon evidence and notification to the college within the semester or term of withdrawal. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3392, 3581 or 3540.

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Application Procedures 1. Complete the Application for Admission on the opposite page or online at www.triton.edu/application. 2. Submit official high school or GED transcripts. 3. Submit official college transcripts (if applicable). 4. Submit your ACT scores (if applicable). 5. Complete mandatory placement exams in reading, writing and math. Please visit www.triton.edu/placementtesting for additional information.

6. Complete mandatory Destination Success New Student Orientation in person or online at www.triton.edu/destinationsuccess. Note: • Log onto your student portal, My Triton Space at www.triton.edu for additional information. • Most Health Career programs have additional admission requirements, including mandatory attendance at an Information Session. For more information, call (708) 4560300, Ext. 3858 (Nursing) or 3545 (other Health Careers) or 3130 (Admissions Call Center). For more information about GED, call the Adult Education office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3713.

Programs of Study

From the list below, please choose the program of study you are most likely to pursue. Write the code in section four of the application. You may change your choice at any time by notifying the Office of Admission at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

University Transfer Programs Associate in Arts Degree U224A04 Architecture U224A50 Art U224A07 Community Studies U224A43 Criminal Justice Administration U224A13 Education U224A21 English and Rhetoric U224A16 Foreign Languages U224A06 Global Studies U224A46 History U224A05 Intercultural Studies U224A09 Mass Communication - Multimedia U224A51 Music

U224A52 U224A38 U224A42 U224A45 U224A44 U224A23 U224A22 U224A15

Music Technology Philosophy and Logic Psychology Social and Political Science Sociology/Social Work Speech Communication Speech/Theater Women’s and Gender Studies

Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree U213E Early Childhood Education U213M Secondary Mathematics U213S Secondary Science U213P Special Education

Career Programs Associate in Applied Science Degree Programs Accounting Degree, C206A Certificate, C306A Architecture Degree, C248A Certificate—Architecture, C448T Degree—Building Information Modeling, C248X Certificate—Building Information Modeling, C448M Automotive Technology Degree, C247D Certificate, C347C Certificate—Brake and Suspension, C447B Certificate—Engine Performance, C447C Certificate—Engine Repair, C447D Certificate—Transmission, C447E Degree—Automotive Service Department Management, C247E Degree—Automotive: General Motors/AC Delco, C247C Business Degree—Business Management, C206B Certificate—Business Management, C306B Certificate—Entrepreneurship, C406D Certificate—Business Support Specialist, C307D Certificate—Medical Administrative Assistant, C407K Certificate—Office Assistant, C407D Computer Information Systems Degree, C207A Certificate—Computer Applications, C407P Certificate—Linux Professional, C407Q Certificate—Office Applications-Prep for Microsoft Certification, C407O Certificate—Virtual Assistant, C407R Certificate—Web Technologies, C407J Advanced Certificate—Windows Programming, C515C Degree—Computer Network and Telecommunications Systems, C207F Certificate—A+ Microcomputer Technician, C407N Certificate—Network Management, C407M Criminal Justice Administration Degree, C243A Certificate—Corrections, C443A

Associate in Science Degree U230A06 Accounting and Business Administration U230A31 Anthropology U230A26 Biological Sciences U230A28 Chemistry U230A11 Computer Science (Information Systems) U230A12 Computer Science (Technical) U230A43 Criminal Justice Administration U230A08 Economics U230A32 Geography U230A33 Geology U230A36 Health, Sport & Exercise Science

Certificate—Law Enforcement, C443B Certificate—Private Security, C443C Early Childhood Education Degree, C220A Certificate, C320A Certificate—Child Development CDA Preparation, C420C Certificate—Infant/Toddler, C420B Advanced Certificate—Early Childhood Administration & Management, C520A Degree—Paraprofessional Educator Associate, C220B Certificate—Teacher Aide, C320C Emergency Management Degree, C244A Certificate, C344A Certificate—EMS First Responder, C444B Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Certificate, C444A Engineering Technology Degree—C248V Certificate—Fabrication, C448S Advanced Certificate—CAD, C548E Advanced Certificate—Pro-E, C548A Certificate—Design, C348B Advanced Certificate—Mechatronics, C548F Eye Care Assistant Certificate, C451A Facilities Engineering Technology (Only Local 399 students) Degree, C280A Certificate, C380A Fire Science Technology Degree, C243B Certificate, C343A Horticulture Degree—Horticulture, C201A Degree—Floral Design, C401B Certificate—Grounds Maintenance, C401C Certificate—Landscape Design, C401A Certificate—Sustainable Landscape Practices, C401D Hospitality Industry Administration Degree—Culinary Arts, C206L Degree—Baking and Pastry, C206M

U230A07 U230A27 U230A34 U230A30

International Business Mathematics Physics Pre-Profession

Associate in Fine Arts Degree U250A50 Art U250M51 Music Associate in General Studies Degree L224A24 Undecided L224AP5

Certificate—Baking and Pastry, C306H Certificate—Beverage Management, C306J Certificate—Bread Baking, C406N Certificate—Cake Decorating, C406M Certificate—Culinary Training, C420A Degree—Hotel/Motel Management, C206H Certificate—Hotel/Motel Management, C406F Degree—Restaurant Management, C206F Certificate—Restaurant Management, C306C Human Resource Management Degree, C206J Certificate, C306F Independent Building Contractor Degree, C235A Personal Trainer Certificate, C336A Visual Communication Degree, C248C Certificate—C348C Certificate—Digital Media, C448U Degree—Digital Photography, C247C Certificate—Digital Photography, C348O (formerly C448O) Certificate—Layout and Design, C448W Selective Admission Health Programs Diagnostic Medical Sonography Degree, C217E Certificate, C317E Nuclear Medicine Technology Degree, C217B Nursing Degree, C218A Certificate—Nursing, Practical, C317D Certificate—Nurse Assistant, C417E Ophthalmic Technology Degree, C217I Radiologic Technology Degree, C217C Surgical Technology Certificate, C317C

To view estimated cost and employment opportunities for certificate programs, please visit www.triton.edu/GainfulEmployment. Every degree-seeking student should create an academic program plan during their first semester on campus. An academic plan outlines the courses you plan on taking each semester until you graduate or complete your planned program of study. You will reach a higher level of success if you have an academic plan that tracks your progress towards completing your degree requirements. Academic plans allow you to view all of your requirements for your degree at a glance and in recommended order to ensure you fulfill all prerequisites. For more information, stop by the Counseling Center in Room B-100, or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3588.

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Application for Admission

1

(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130

Triton College 2000 Fifth Ave. • River Grove, IL 60171

I am applying for (check one):

❑ Fall ❑ Spring ❑ Summer (Aug.-Dec.)

20 _____

(Jan.-May)

_____ _____ _____ - ____ ____ - ____ ____ ____ ____ Social Security number

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Last name First Middle Other name (if applicable) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ State ZIP Birth date (month/day/year) City ( ) ( ) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Home phone Alternate phone E-mail address

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High School from which I graduated or will graduate: _____________________________________________________________________ School City, state, country Date of graduation: ________________________________________ month/year

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or GED completion: _____________________________________ month/year

List all colleges attended other than Triton College in order of attendance: College/University

From (year)

To (year)

Type of degree(s) earned

_______________________________________________

_________

__________

_______________________

_______________________________________________

_________

__________

_______________________

Highest education level I have completed: ❑ GED ❑ high school diploma ❑ some college

❑ certificate

❑ associate’s degree

❑ bachelor’s degree

❑ master’s degree

❑ doctorate degree ❑ none

Program Code: See code list on the opposite page to find the program of study you are most likely to pursue. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

5 Sex: ____ Male 6

____Female

Veteran: ____ Yes

____No

Citizenship (check only one): ❑ U.S. citizen (born or naturalized)

U.S. permanent resident: Country of origin: ______________

International: Country of origin: ________________________

Alien registration number: __________________________ Visa category: ____________________________________

❑ ❑

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My primary reason for attending Triton College is: ❑ 1. To prepare for a future job.

❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑

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Adjustment in status (submitted application for permanent residency) Non-citizen: status identified. Check this option if you can answer “yes” to all the following questions: Did/will you graduate from an Illinois high school or attain a GED in Illinois? Did/will you attend a school in Illinois for at least 3 years during K-12? Did/will you live with your parents while you attended school in Illinois? Non-citizen (Other categories do not apply to you)

2. To improve skills needed in present job. 3. To explore courses that will help in making a career decision.

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What is the highest level of education attained by your: Mother Father ❑ some high school ❑ some high school

❑ ❑ ❑ ❑

high school graduate some college bachelor’s degree higher

❑ ❑ ❑ ❑

high school graduate some college bachelor’s degree higher

This information is requested solely to determine compliance with federal civil 10 Note: rights laws, and your response will not affect consideration of your application. By providing this information, you will help assure that this program is administered in a nondiscriminatory manner. Are you Hispanic or Latino?

Yes

Ethnic origin (Select all that apply): ❑ American Indian/Alaska Native

❑ ❑

African American/Black Asian

No

❑ ❑ ❑

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White Choose not to respond

4. To complete course work in preparation for transfer to another school. 5. To remedy or review basic educational or vocational skills. 6. For personal interest or self development. 7. To prepare for the GED. 8. Other or unknown.

Please check any of the items below that you would like information about. ____Financial Aid ____Scholarships ____Housing

Primary racial/ethnic group (Select one): ❑ American Indian/Alaska Native ❑ Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

❑ ❑ ❑

African American/Black Asian

❑ ❑

White Choose not to respond

Hispanic or Latino

College provides academic accommodations for students with disabilities. 11 Triton For more information, contact the Center for Access and Accommodative Services at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3854, or TTY (708) 456-0991.

It is the policy of Triton College not to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, national origin or disabling conditions in admission to and participation in its educational programs, employment policies or college activities. Triton College subscribes to the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice. I certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Date

____________________________________ Signature ______________________________________________________________________________________

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Need assistance finding money for college?

Apply for Financial Aid! Begin the financial aid process today! Apply for financial aid at Triton College to help offset the cost of your education. Students may begin the process of applying for financial aid on January 1 and, as a result of our changing economy, it is imperative to apply early. The State of Illinois MAP Grant deadline for the past year was mid-March. As we cannot predict the MAP Grant deadline each year, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible after the first of the year.

Coming Spring 2013!

Triton College will be offering CashCourse, a free online money management educational resource, to all students and recent graduates 24/7 in the Spring 2013. Resources include a variety of helpful articles, ranging from stretching your dollars to getting out of credit card debt, quizzes, worksheets, and a budget wizard. The cash course link will be uploaded on the Triton College website in the beginning of the Spring 2013 semester. There will be workshops advertised to learn how to use the free resource.

Where do I start? • Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on the Web The FAFSA must be completed and submitted to determine the student’s eligibility for federal and state grants, Federal Stafford Loans, and Federal Work Study. Students must apply on the Web at www.fafsa.gov. Triton College’s school code (001773) should be entered on the FAFSA to ensure that our office receives your results. Students are encouraged to use the “IRS Data Retrieval” tool when completing the FAFSA. The retrieval tool will save time and increase the accuracy of FAFSA information. If assistance is needed in completing the FAFSA, students may bring their/their parents’ most recent tax returns (1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ, W-2s, and any schedules) and other necessary documents to the Student Financial Aid Center in the Financial Aid Office and a staff member will guide the student through all the steps needed in order to complete the FAFSA.

Check the Triton College website, www.triton.edu for updates throughout the semester about this new resource, or contact the Financial Aid Department at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3155 or the TRIO Student Support Services program at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3484.

• Submit an official high school/GED transcript to the Triton College Admissions and Records Office Students should contact their high school (or where they earned their GED) and request to have a final, official copy of their transcript sent directly to the Triton College Admission and Records Office. Beginning Fall 2013, the Triton College Data Form will no longer be a component of the financial aid process.

For any questions, please contact the Triton College Financial Aid Office at

(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3155. finaid@triton.edu For up-to-date information on federal, state, and private financial aid, find us on Facebook under Triton College Financial Aid.

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® Placement Tests = COMPASS Destination Triton College Success Success New Student Orientation Program

Student success at Triton is our top priority. To help you be successful, Triton requires all incoming credit students to take placement tests before enrolling in credit courses. The tests and policy ensure that all students know their level of proficiency in reading, writing, and math. Your scores help you and Triton College determine which courses are most appropriate for your current level of knowledge and skills. Once you identify your academic strengths and weaknesses, you can get the help you need to improve underdeveloped skills before they interfere with your learning. After you have completed the test, your counselor can help you make appropriate course selections.

Triton College requires all new students to participate in Destination Success. Please select an orientation session from the list below. We look forward to meeting you!

What Are the Tests Like? Triton College uses the COMPASS®, a computer-based assessment developed by ACT, Inc., as its placement exam. The test assesses students’ skills in mathematics, reading, and writing. A written essay is used for the writing assessment. Please note that placement test results alone do not determine students’ overall success at Triton College.

NOVEMBER Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 • 2 p.m.

How Can I Prepare?

DECEMBER Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012 • 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012 • 10 a.m.

As in any testing situation, you can do your best by following a few basic tips: • Review the practice testing material before you take the test. The review material includes information about key concepts contained in the test. After you complete a review of the concepts, you can take a practice test and get feedback about your knowledge. • Relax! The COMPASS® test is designed to help you succeed in school. • You will be able to concentrate better on the test if you get plenty of rest and eat properly before the test.

JANUARY Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013 • 10 a.m. SUPER SATURDAY! Jan. 12, 2013 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 • 2 p.m.

• You should arrive a few minutes early so you can find the testing area, restrooms, etc., and have time to gather your thoughts before the test begins. • Be sure you understand the directions for each test before that test session begins. Ask questions if you need to. • Read each question carefully until you understand what the question is asking. If answering an item requires several steps, be sure you consider them all. • Be sure to answer every item. You are not penalized for guessing. Your score will provide more useful placement information if you answer every item, even if you guess. • Don't be afraid to change an answer if you believe that your first choice was wrong.

To reserve your space, visit us at www.triton.edu/destinationsuccess, contact us at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, or email enrollevent@triton.edu.

• If you have a problem or question during the test, raise your hand and the test administrator will help you. Although they cannot answer test questions for you, they can help you with other types of problems.

Visit www.triton.edu/placementreview to complete practice exercises and see all placement test review options. Upcoming Face to Face Spring 2013 review sessions will be held on the following Saturdays starting at 9 a.m.: Jan. 5 • Jan. 19 • Feb. 23 • March 16 • April 20 • May 18 Room I-111 in the Cernan Earth and Space Center Building.

For additional information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3252.

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Triton College Plenty of information for everyone in the family ... Meet faculty, staff and students Talk with admission representatives g Receive more information about financial aid and scholarships g Learn about Triton’s programs g Tour the campus and experience the Triton difference g g

Saturday • May 4, 2013 • 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Triton College Student Center, B Building To confirm attendance, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, or register at www.triton.edu/openhouse.

B´dà dostepni polscy t∏umacze! • ¡Personal que habla español estará disponible!

Raffle! Enter to win a 3 credit hour course for FREE! R.S.V.P. and attend the event to be entered in a raffle. Follow us on Facebook

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Finance Your Future Financial Aid Days at Triton College Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 • 3-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 • 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 • 3-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 • 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Triton College Student Center, Building B (B-130B) 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, IL

Need assistance completing the financial aid process? Attend the Financial Aid Days sponsored by Triton College!

By participating in this free, community-wide event, you can begin the process of applying for financial aid and have all of your financial aid questions answered! Regardless of what institution you will be attending, join us to learn more about how to finance your education. Get information on grants, scholarships, work-study, loans, and more! Staff will be available to assist students and parents with the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the web so be sure to come prepared with your 2012 taxes or documentation to support your untaxed income! Light refreshments will be served. Students who complete the FAFSA will be entered in a raffle!

Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3155. www.triton.edu/finaid

For the most up-to-date information and deadline alerts, become a fan of Triton College Financial Aid on Facebook! 13


Thinking about the right career for you? Trying to decide what type of work you want to do? We can help you move from “thinking” and “trying” to “doing”!

You’re invited to

Discover Triton: E X P L O R E

Y O U R

O P P O R T U N I T I E S

At these informative and entertaining events, you’ll have an opportunity to find out about today’s careers in high demand, how you can prepare yourself to obtain a well-paying job or obtain an advanced college degree, AND how you can do it all at Triton College! • Meet our faculty. You’ll learn all about our highly regarded career programs from the experts who teach them.

• Find out how to enroll, choose your classes and take advantage of everything Triton has to offer. Applying to college can be a little scary but we’ll make sure you’re in good hands. Our Admissions representatives will walk you through the enrollment process, take you on a campus tour, and answer your questions. And if you’re ready to move forward, you can complete an application for admission and be accepted on the spot!

• Discover ways to pay for your education.

Program

Our financial aid specialists will be on hand to help you understand what you need to know about grants, loans, scholarships, and work study opportunities.

Admission 101 Meet Your Faculty Financing Your Education Campus Tour (optional)

6-6:20 p.m. 6:25-6:55 p.m. 7-7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Reservations for Discover Triton: Explore Your Opportunities are recommended.

Call today to make your reservation!

(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 14

Or register online at: www.triton.edu/discover_triton

Featured Programs: FEB. 20 Architecture Automotive Technology Hospitality/Restaurant Management/ Baking and Pastry Criminal Justice Administration Engineering Technology University Transfer Programs Options for undecided students

MARCH 20 Diagnostic Medical Sonography Nuclear Medicine Technology Nursing Ophthalmic Technology Radiologic Technology Surgical Technology University Transfer Programs Options for undecided students

APRIL 17 Education/Early Childhood Education Music/Music Technology Psychology Sociology/Social Work Speech/Theatre University Transfer Programs Options for undecided students


Earn Your

Associate’s Degree Entirely

Online

Need a flexible schedule? Try online classes — get a great education from the comfort of your own home. Triton College offers two degrees that you can earn entirely online, the Associate in Arts (AA) and the Associate in Science (AS).

You can find a complete description of this program with courses you can take, transfer information, and additional information on the Triton Virtual Campus Web site located at www.Triton.edu/online.

For additional information, you can contact us: Online: www.triton.edu/online E-mail: admissions@triton.edu Phone: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 Fax: (708) 583-3147 In Person: Welcome Center Some courses may require on-campus attendance for testing, orientation or instructional sessions. Contact your instructor for details.

A sample two-year schedule for the Associate in Arts (AA) degree would look like this:

A sample two-year schedule for the Associate in Science (AS) degree would look like this:

SEMESTER 1 — 16 CREDIT HOURS

SEMESTER 1 — 16 CREDIT HOURS

SPE RHT BIS MUS HUM HUM

101 101 105 110 101 104

Principles of Effective Speaking Freshman Rhetoric Environmental Biology Listening to Music Popular Arts, OR Humanities Through Arts

SEMESTER 2 — 16 CREDIT HOURS CHM AST GEO PHL SOC PSY RHT

100 100 200 105 100 100 102

Chemistry and Society, OR Astronomy of Solar System, OR Weather & Climate World Religions Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Psychology Freshman Rhetoric and Comp II

SEMESTER 3 — 15 CREDIT HOURS ECO HIS SOC PHL PSY

102 141 131 103 222

Macroeconomics World History Social Problems Ethics Adolescent Psychology

SEMESTER 4 — 17 CREDIT HOURS HIS MAT PHL SPE PSC

151 131 102 130 150

History of the U.S. to 1877 Calculus and Analytical Geometry Logic Introduction to Theatre American National Politics

SPE RHT BIS MUS HUM HUM

101 101 105 110 101 104

Principles of Effective Speaking Freshman Rhetoric Environmental Biology Listening to Music Popular Arts, OR Humanities Through the Arts

SEMESTER 2 — 16 CREDIT HOURS CHM AST GEO PHL SOC MAT RHT

100 100 200 105 100 131 102

Chemistry and Society, OR Astronomy of Solar System, OR Weather & Climate World Religions Introduction to Sociology Calculus & Analytical Geometry Freshman Rhetoric and Comp II

SEMESTER 3 — 15 CREDIT HOURS ECO HIS SOC PHL PSY

102 141 131 103 100

Macroeconomics World History Social Problems Ethics Introduction to Psychology

SEMESTER 4 — 14 CREDIT HOURS HIS HTH SSC SPE PSC

151 104 190 130 150

History of the U.S. to 1877 Science of Personal Health Contemporary Society Introduction to Theatre American National Politics

SUMMER OR MINI-SESSION — 3 CREDIT HOURS MAT

170

Statistics

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Distance Learning at Triton College Is an Internet Course for You? Distance Learning (Internet/Online Courses) means the student and the instructor do not have to be at the same place at the same time in order for teaching and learning to occur. Through the use of technology, distance learning allows students to work classes into their busy home and/or work schedules. Online Course Facts: • Students participate in Internet classes by logging on to the course Web site and interacting with the instructor and fellow students through e-mail and/or discussion groups and chat rooms. • Schedule your studies into your busy home and/or work schedule. • Complete an AA/AS degree without meeting in a classroom. • Some courses may require on-campus attendance for testing, orientation or instructional sessions. Contact your instructor for details. • Faculty and students are linked via computer over the Internet. • Students can access course information at any time, from any place that has an Internet connection (home, office, library, Triton ETRC, etc.) • The instructors post written lecture information, course materials, assignments and discussion questions on the course Web site. • $25 course fee assessed for each online course enrolled. Two common misconceptions about online courses are that they are correspondence courses and that they are self-paced — this is not true. The classes have scheduled beginning and ending dates and assignment deadlines. Begin your course, check for new course offerings and find out if online learning is right for you. Go to this URL: www.triton.edu/online. Select Credit Courses. Select Info Sheet about Class for special course requirements, including testing on campus, software needs, general course information and instructor contact information.

For more information, call the Triton College Educational Technology Resource Center (ETRC)* at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3361 or 3039. You may also want to contact your instructor for questions related to course content and schedules. *The ETRC is the student contact for all Online/Blackboard and Illinois Virtual Campus courses. Student support services include orientations, online tutorials, tutoring, e-mail, telephone, walk-in and online HELP form. ETRC • Room A-100 • Hours ETRC Computer Lab Hours 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday

Testing and Video Viewing Hours 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday

A current semester Triton College photo ID is required for access to the ETRC.

Never taken an online course? Start on the right foot — attend one of our free hands-on orientations! Receive in-person training and tips to help make your online class a success. For more information or to register: • Visit www.triton.edu/online. • Call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3361 or 3039. • Send an e-mail to etrchelp@triton.edu. We believe you will find an online course to be a rewarding experience!

Spring 2013 Internet Courses Course Title

Lab Fee

Course No.

Sem. Hrs.

Starting Date

Time

ACCOUNTING Basic Accounting I * Managerial Accounting

ACC ACC

100^ 070 105^ 070

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET

Intro to Imaging Physics Comprehensive Medical Term

AHL AHL

115 070 120^ 073

1 3

Comprehensive Medical Term

AHL

120^ 074

3

J-259 J-217

Jan 23 Jan 23

G-302 ON-TBA F-315 ON-TBA G-307 F-110 F-110 ON-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 28

ALLIED HEALTH

AHL AHL AHL

120^ 070 120^ 071 120^ 072

3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET 4:00-6:45p INTERNET 1:00-3:45p INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

ANT

105^ 070

3

INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23

ART ART

112^ 070 112^ 071

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Mar 25 Ex

AST AST

100^ 070 100^ 071

$60 $60

4 4

INTERNET INTERNET

D-209 D-209

Jan 23 Jan 23

BIS BIS BIS BIS BIS BIS

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 105^ 108^

070 071 072 073 070 070

$109.50 $109.50 $109.50 $109.50 $117.50

4 4 4 4 4 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-329 D-329 D-329 D-329 D-329 D-329

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS

103^ 103^ 127^ 141^ 141^ 141^ 146^ 150^ 150^ 161^ 200^ 220^ 240^

070 071 070 070 071 072 070 070 071 070 070 070 070

$13 $13

1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

J-259 J-259 ON-TBA F-214 F-214 F-214 F-214 F-214 F-214 F-214 F-214 ON-TBA ON-TBA

Jan 23 Ex Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

CHM 100^ 070 CHM 100^ 071

$60 $60

4 4

INTERNET INTERNET

D-209 D-209

Jan 23 Jan 23

$35 $35 $35 $35

1 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

M-103 M-103 M-103 M-103

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

1 1

INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Mar 25 Ex ON-TBA Jan 23 Ex

3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-100 D-100 D-100 D-101

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23

M Tu Comprehensive Medical Term Comprehensive Medical Term Comprehensive Medical Term

Jan 29 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

ANTHROPOLOGY Introduction to Archaeology

ART Renaissance to Modern Art Renaissance to Modern Art

ASTRONOMY Introduction to Astronomy Introduction to Astronomy

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Human Biology Human Biology Human Biology Human Biology Environmental Biology Biology of Humans

BUSINESS Keyboarding Technique Keyboarding Technique Principles of Marketing Intro to Business Intro to Business Intro to Business Business Computations Principles of Management Principles of Management Business Law I Into to Human Resource Mngmt * Training and Development * Compensation and Benefits

CHEMISTRY Chemistry and Society Chemistry and Society

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Introduction Computer Systems Intro to Computer Science Intro to Computer Science Intro to Computer Science

CIS CIS CIS CIS

100 101^ 101^ 101^

070 070 071 072

COUNSELING & GUIDANCE Career/Life Planning Career/Life Planning

CSG CSG

150^ 070 150^ 071

ECONOMICS Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics

ECO ECO ECO ECO

102^ 102^ 103^ 103^

070 072 070 072

Aug 27 Aug 27 Aug 27 Aug 27

EDUCATION * Human Growth and Develpmnt EDU * Human Growth and Develpmnt EDU

206^ 070 206^ 071

* Prerequisite/corequisite required Triton College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).

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Course Title

Lab Fee

Course No.

* Human Growth and Develpmnt EDU * Human Growth and Develpmnt EDU EDU * Educational Psychology

206^ 072 206^ 073 215^ 070

Sem. Hrs.

Starting Date

Time

3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23 E-317 Jan 23

ENG

103^ 070

3

INTERNET

E-102

Jan 23 Ex

3 4 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23

3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

E-102 E-102 E-102 E-102 E-102

Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23

4

INTERNET

I-105

Jan 23

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Introduction to Automation * Technical Physics * Applied Statics

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

$57 $35 $68

101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^

070 071 074 070 071

GEOGRAPHY Physical Geo:Weather & Climate GEO 200^ 070

$27

HTH HTH HTH HTH

104^ 104^ 120^ 120^

070 072 070 071

2 2 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-202D ON-TBA R-202D R-202D

Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Feb 13

HEALTH, SPORT, & EXERCISE SCIENCE Foundations of Exercise Principles of Coaching Introduction to Sport Mangemnt Sport & Exercise Psychology

PED PED PED PED

153^ 194^ 195^ 196^

070 070 070 070

3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-202D R-202D ON-TBA OF-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex

HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS

122^ 141^ 141^ 142^ 151^ 151^ 152^

070 070 071 070 070 071 070

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-109 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

HRT HRT HRT HRT

100 125 125 125

070 070 071 072

4 4 4 4

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-205 R-205 R-205 R-205

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

HISTORY History of Western Civil II World History I World History I World History II History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. Since 1877

$24

HUMANITIES The Popular Arts Humanities Through The Arts

HUM 101^ 070 HUM 104^ 072

3 3

Humanities Through The Arts Humanities Through The Arts

HUM 104^ 070 HUM 104^ 071

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET 1:00-2:15p INTERNET INTERNET

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

045 070 045 071 045 072 055 070 055 071 055 072 085 070 085 071 102^ 070 103^ 070 110^ 070 110^ 072 117^ 070 124^ 070 131^ 070 170^ 070 170^ 071 170^ 072

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 5 5 3 3 5 3 3 3

MUS MUS MUS MUS

110^ 070 110^ 071 110^ 073 110^ 074X

3 3 3 3

M

D-109 ON-TBA F-116 R-215 R-215

Jan 23 Jan 28

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225

Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

J-218 J-218 J-218 J-218

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23

Jan 23 Jan 23

MATHEMATICS Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Liberal Arts Mathematics * Applied Inter Algebra * College Algebra TI 83 * College Algebra TI 83 * Math/Elemen Schl Teachers II * Finite Mathematics * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics

Time

Starting Date

3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Mar 25 Ex J-218 Jan 23 J-218 Jan 23

$27 $27

2 2

INTERNET INTERNET

G-218 G-218

Jan 23 Jan 23

Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Logic Ethics Ethics Ethics World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

101^ 101^ 102^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^

070 071 070 070 072 073 070 071 072 073 074 075

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101

Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Feb 21 Jan 23 Jan 23

PSC

150^ 070

3

INTERNET

D-107

Jan 23

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 105^ 201^ 205^ 207^ 216^ 216^ 222^ 222^ 228^ 234^ 238^

070 071 072 073 074 075 076 070 070 070 070 070 071 071 070 070 070 070

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET 1:00-3:45p INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-116 ON-TBA D-101 D-101 G-312 D-101 D-101 ON-TBA ON-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 18 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 26 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

SSC SSC

190^ 070 190^ 071

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET

D-100 D-100

Jan 23 Jan 23

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 120^ 120^ 131^ 131^ 180^

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 23

SPN SPN SPN

101^ 070 101^ 071 102^ 070

4 4 4

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

E-103 E-103 E-103

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 130^

3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-215B R-215B J-218 J-218 ON-TBA R-215

Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23

3

INTERNET

T-153

Jan 23

Ex

Ex

Ex Ex

Ex

POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY PSY Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Personal Applications of Psy PSY Intro to Social Psychology PSY PSY * positive Psychology PSY * Health Psychology Child Psychology PSY PSY Child Psychology Adolescent Psychology PSY Adolescent Psychology PSY Psy of Adulthood & Aging PSY * Abnormal Child&Adolescence PSYPSY * Abnormal Psychology PSY

Tu

Ex Ex Ex

Ex Ex Ex

SOCIAL SCIENCE

HORTICULTURE Introduction to Horticulture Plants and Society Plants and Society Plants and Society

* Prof Nursing Career Development NUR 285^ 070X * Prof Nursing Career Development NUR 285^ 071X

American National Politics

HEALTH EDUCATION Science of Personal Health Science of Personal Health Principles of Nutrition Principles of Nutrition

MUS 110^ 075 MUS 215^ 070 MUS 215^ 071X

Sem. Hrs.

PHILOSOPHY & LOGIC

ENT 103 070 ENT 123^ 070 ENT 295^ 070

ENGLISH/RHETORIC & COMPOSITION * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

Listening to Music Intro to Music History Intro to Music History

Lab Fee

Course No.

NURSING

ENGLISH/LITERATURE & COMPOSITION * Introduction to Fiction

Course Title

Contemporary Society Contemporary Society

SOCIOLOGY Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage Social Problems Social Problems Human Sexuality

070 071 072 073 074 075 070 071 070 071 070

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

SPANISH Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I * Elementary Spanish II

$14 $14 $14

SPEECH/THEATER Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Introduction to Theatre

070 071 072 073 074 070

Ex Ex Ex Ex

VISUAL COMMUNICATION Graphic Design

VIC

100^ 070

$79

MUSIC Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music

17


Fast Track Classes Take a full-credit course in about half the usual time. Most Fast Track classes run for seven weeks or less. For information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Course Title

Lab Fee

Course No.

Automotive Internship I Automotive Internship III Basic Pharmacology for A.H. Essentials-Medical Terminology OSHA 10-Hour Construction Trn Intro to Automotive Technology

AUT AUT AHL AHL ARC AUT

Intro to Automotive Technology

$25 $77

2 1 1 1 1 3

AUT 112^ 003

$77

3

Intro to Automotive Technology

AUT 112^ 002

$77

3

Keyboarding Technique Records Management Keyboarding Technique Keyboarding Technique Principles of Management Introduction to College

BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS COL

103^ 267 103^ 103^ 150^ 101^

002 001 001 070 071 002

$13

1 2 1 1 3 1

COL COL CIS CIS CIS CIS CSG CSG ECE ECE EDU ENG RHT RHT RHT HIA MAT MAT

101^ 101^ 100 140 140 157^ 150^ 150^ 153^ 154^ 055 103^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 132^ 045 055

005 006 001 001 002 001 072 071 001X 001X 001 070 003 071 074 003 004 003

Introduction to College Introduction to College Introduction Computer Systems Microsoft Word I Microsoft Word I Microsoft Access I Career/Life Planning Career/Life Planning Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm Activities & Resource/Yng Chld Basic Skills Review * Introduction to Fiction * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I Nutrition Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I

296^ 298^ 103^ 101^ 102 112^

300X 300X 002 008 001 001

Sem. Hrs. Day

$13 $13

$35 $35 $35 $35

1 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 2 5 5

Th Sa M M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W Tu,Th M,W M,W

M W W Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W M Sa Sa Sa M,W,F

F M,W,F M W F Tu

Time

Loc.

TBA ON-TBA TBA ON-TBA 12:30-2:20p F-310 9:30-11:30a G-214 6:00-8:00p R-226 8:00-12:55p T-108 8:00-12:55p T-101 8:00-12:55p T-108 8:00-12:55p T-101 6:00-10:55p T-108 6:00-10:55p T-101 9:00-10:50a F-202 9:00-10:50a M-132 7:00-8:50p F-202 INTERNET J-259 INTERNET F-214 10:00-10:50a J-101 10:00-10:50a E-303 11:00-12:50p E-305 9:30-10:20a F-309 12:00-1:50p M-142I 12:00-3:50p F-202 6:00-9:50p F-203 6:00-9:50p M-123 1:00-1:50p ON-TBA INTERNET ON-TBA 9:00-10:50a NH-110 11:00-12:50p NH-110 9:00-11:45a G-203 INTERNET E-102 9:00-10:50a G-305 INTERNET E-102 INTERNET E-102 9:30-1:30p F-207 11:00-2:15p J-113 10:00-12:55p R-315 10:00-12:55p R-211 10:00-12:55p M-135 1:30-4:20p E-303 INTERNET J-218 11:40-1:30p G-209

* Math For Meds MAT 099 001 1 Listening to Music MUS 110^ 073 3 * Basic Visual Examination OPH 120^ 001X $50 2 Tu Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Basic Visual Examination OPH 120^ A01X Tu 7:35-11:30a G-209 * Basic Visual Examination OPH 120^ A02X Tu 1:35-5:35p G-209 * Ocular Motility Examination OPH 123^ 001X $45 2 M 8:00-10:10a G-209 Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Ocular Motility Examination OPH 123^ A01X M 10:15-1:45p G-209 World Religions Sociology of Sport Adolescent Psychology Introduction to Sociology Elementary Spanish I

PHL PED PSY SOC SPN

105^ 197^ 222^ 100^ 101^

075 001 070 072 001

Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking * Surgical Procedures II * Applied Surgical Proc II Chocolate * Laminated Doughs Chocolate

SPE SPE SPE SRT SRT HIA HIA HIA

101^ 101^ 101^ 130^ 132^ 129 124 129

017 070 073 001X 001X 001 001 002

Chocolate Knife Skills * Food and Wine Pairing

HIA 129 HIA 101 HIA 206

18

004 001 001

$14

3 3 3 3 4

$50 $32 $30 $32

3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

$32 $50

2 2 3

INTERNET 12:30-3:30p INTERNET INTERNET M,W 12:00-1:50p F 12:00-1:50p M,W 3:00-5:45p INTERNET INTERNET F 8:00-1:20p MTuWTh 7:00-3:00p F 10:00-2:45p M 2:00-6:50p Tu 4:00-9:00p Tu 4:00-5:00p Th 4:00-8:45p Th 5:00-9:00p M 5:00-9:00p

Tu,Th

D-101 R-207 D-101 D-101 E-135 E-145 J-101 R-215B J-218 G-205 HJ-TBA B-200 B-152 B-225 B-217 B-225 B-200 B-200

Starting Date Dec 21 Dec 21 Jan 24 Jan 26 Jan 28 Jan 23

Course Title Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 24 Ex Jan 23 Ex Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 23 Jan 23

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 29 Ex Jan 23 Ex Jan 29 Ex Jan 29 Ex Jan 29 Ex Jan 28 Ex Jan 28 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 23 Feb 8 Feb 11 Feb 5

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Feb 7 Ex Feb 14 Ex Feb 18 Ex

Lab Fee

Course No.

Special Topic-Hospitality Ind Special Topic-Hospitality Ind * Elementary Statistics Lifeguarding

HIA HIA MAT PED

296^ 296^ 170^ 198^

002 005 004 001

Essentials-Medical Terminology Ethics & Law for A. H. * Venipuncture * Venipuncture * Electrocardiography Medical Coding&Ofc Procedures Looking at Art Looking at Art Renaissance to Modern Art * Fuel Management Systems

AHL AHL AHL AHL AHL AHL ART ART ART AUT

101^ 102^ 107^ 107^ 108^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 112^ 114^

001 003 002 003 001 001 002 003 071 001

$26 $26 $53

$27 $27 $27

$19

Sem. Hrs. Day 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4

M Sa Tu,Th Su Su Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu,Th M,W M,W

M,W M,W * Fuel Management Systems AUT 114^ 003 $19 4 Tu,Th Tu,Th AUT 114^ 002 $19 4 M,W * Fuel Management Systems M,W * Advanced Auto Heating & A/C AUT 282^ 001 $16 2 Tu,Th Tu,Th The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. $13 1 Tu,Th Keyboarding Speed & Accuracy BUS 104 002 Records Management BUS 267 002 2 M,W Keyboarding Technique BUS 103^ 003 $13 1 Tu,Th $13 1 M,W Keyboarding Speed & Accuracy BUS 104 001 Keyboarding Technique BUS 103^ 071 $13 1 Introduction to College COL 101^ 001 1 M,W Introduction to College COL 101^ 003 1 M,W Introduction to College COL 101^ 004 1 M,W Introduction to College COL 101^ 007 1 Th Introduction Computer Systems CIS 100 002 $35 1 M,W Microsoft Word II CIS 142 001 $35 3 M,W Introduction Computer Systems CIS 100 003 $35 1 W Microsoft Word II CIS 142 002 $35 3 M,W * Microsoft Access II CIS 167^ 001 $33 3 M,W Career/Life Planning CSG 150^ 001 1 W Career/Life Planning CSG 150^ 003 1 Tu,Th Career/Life Planning CSG 150^ 070 1 Special Topic/Criminal Justice CJA 296^ 005 3 Tu Microeconomics ECO 103^ 003 3 M,W Microeconomics ECO 103^ 071 3 Introduction to Poetry ENG 101^ 002 3 W,F * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I RHT 101^ 014 3 M,W * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I RHT 101^ 023 3 Tu,Th * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I RHT 101^ 030 3 Tu,Th * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II RHT 102^ 011 3 M,W,F * Intro to College Reading II RHT 086 012 3 Tu,Th Drug & Alcohol Education HTH 175^ 001 3 M,W First Aid & CPR HTH 281^ 018 $15 2 M,W First Aid & CPR HTH 281^ 019 $15 2 M,W First Aid & CPR HTH 281^ 011 $15 2 Tu,Th Culture and Food HTH 202^ 001 3 Tu,Th First Aid & CPR HTH 281^ 017 $15 2 Tu,Th Science of Personal Health HTH 104^ 072 2 History of U.S. to 1877 HIS 151^ 005 3 M,W Special Topic-Hospitality Ind HIA 296^ 001 $26 1 M Knife Skills HIA 101 002 2 Th Food Sanitation & Safety HIA 115^ 002 2 W Ethnic Cooking-New Orleans HIA 214^ 001 $24 1 M Special Topic-Hospitality Ind HIA 296^ 003 $26 1 Tu Special Topic-Hospitality Ind HIA 296^ 004 $26 1 Tu Modern-Business Ethics HUM 126^ 001 1 M,W Humanities: Worker In America HUM 120^ 001 1 M Pre-Algebra MAT 045 006 5 M,W,F * Algebra & Geometry I MAT 055 005 5 M,W,F

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Time

Loc.

5:00-9:00p B-200 7:00-10:45a B-200 11:30-1:25p F-111 9:00-4:00p R-POL 9:00-4:00p R-217 10:00-12:00n F-309 3:00-4:50p J-214 1:00-3:50p G-310 6:00-8:50p G-310 7:00-9:30p E-305 7:00-8:50p G-309 7:00-9:45p M-130 7:00-9:45p F-308 INTERNET ON-TBA 8:00-12:55p T-108 8:00-12:55p T-101 8:00-12:55p T-108 8:00-12:55p T-101 6:00-10:55p T-108 6:00-10:55p T-101 7:00-9:50p T-152 7:00-9:50p T-105 9:00-10:50a F-202 9:00-10:50a M-132 12:30-2:20p F-202 7:00-8:50p F-202 INTERNET J-259 9:00-9:50a F-309 10:00-10:50a F-305 12:00-12:50p F-305 5:00-6:50p E-203 12:00-1:50p M-142I 12:00-3:50p F-202 6:00-9:50p M-142I 6:00-9:50p F-203 6:00-9:50p M-123 11:00-12:50p D-202 9:30-10:20a J-113 INTERNET ON-TBA 7:00-9:45p R-207 7:00-9:45p G-118 INTERNET D-105 2:00-4:45p E-311 9:00-11:50a R-317 8:00-10:45a E-316 11:00-1:45p J-113 11:00-12:50p E-316 12:30-1:45p E-314 11:00-1:55p R-123 8:00-10:30a R-301A 11:00-1:30p R-301A 9:00-11:30a R-301A 12:30-3:30p R-125 12:00-2:30p R-301A INTERNET ON-TBA 1:30-4:15p F-115 3:00-7:00p B-225 5:00-9:00p B-200 6:00-9:40p F-309 5:00-9:00p B-200 1:45-3:45p B-225 6:00-10:00p B-200 9:00-9:50a M-130 7:00-8:55p T-159 11:00-2:15p E-320 11:00-1:55p J-113

Starting Date Feb 4 Feb 2 Feb 19 Feb 3

Ex Ex Ex Ex

Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Mar 26 Ex Mar 25 Ex Mar 26 Ex

Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 28 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 4 Mar 4 Mar 5 Mar 26 Mar 5 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 28 Mar 27 Mar 4 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex


Fast Track Classes Course Title

Lab Fee

Course No.

Sem. Hrs. Day

Time

* Algebra & Geometry II MAT 085 005 5 M,W,F Listening to Music MUS 110^ 010 3 Tu,Th MUS 110^ 075 3 Listening to Music OPH 121^ 001X $45 2 Tu * Visual Field Examination Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Visual Field Examination OPH 121^ A01X Tu OPH 121^ A02X Tu * Visual Field Examination * OPH Seminar II Ethics Intro to Philosophy Social & Political Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Ethics World Religions World Religions Sport & Exercise Psychology American National Politics Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology Intro to Social Psychology Child Psychology Adolescent Psychology Contemporary Society Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage * Elementary Spanish II Elementary Spanish I Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking * Applied Surgical Proc III HJ-TBA Intro to Computer Science

OPH PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PED PSC PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY PSY SSC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SPN

241^ 103^ 101^ 104^ 101^ 101^ 103^ 105^ 105^ 196^ 150^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 201^ 216^ 222^ 190^ 100^ 131^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 120^ 102^

001X 004 005 001 010 071 072 071 072 070 007 008 021 075 076 070 071 071 001 020 002 073 074 075 071 001

SPN 101^ 007 SPE 101^ SPE 101^ SPE 101^ SPE 101^ SRT 142^ Mar 25 CIS 101^

019 035 071 074 001X Ex 062

$14

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4

$14

4

$50

3 3 3 3 3

$35

3

Introduction Computer Systems Microsoft Excel I

CIS CIS

100 061 155^ 001

$35 $13

1 3

* Microsoft Excel II Communicating/Parent&Children Prn of Chld Growth&Devel/Bth-5 Communicating/Parent&Children Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I

CIS ECE ECE ECE ECE RHT

161^ 151^ 152^ 151^ 153^ 101^

$13

3 1 1 1 1 3

001 001X 001X 002 002 061

Loc.

10:00-1:15p G-307 10:00-12:45p J-205 INTERNET ON-TBA 11:40-1:30p G-209 7:35-11:30a G-209 1:35-5:35p G-209

Starting Date Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 26

11:00-12:50p G-209 Mar 25 9:00-11:45a R-314 Mar 25 1:00-3:45p E-309 Mar 25 4:00-6:45p E-307 Mar 25 7:00-9:45p F-211 Mar 26 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET OF-TBA Mar 25 Tu,Th 12:30-3:15p F-206 Mar 26 M,W 12:00-2:45p F-309 Mar 25 Tu,Th 7:00-9:45p F-207 Mar 26 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 Tu 1:00-3:45p G-312 Mar 26 M,W 6:00-8:45p M-124 Mar 25 Tu,Th 6:00-8:45p R-309 Mar 26 Tu,Th 6:00-8:45p J-204 Mar 26 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 INTERNET D-101 Mar 25 M,W 12:00-1:50p E-135 Mar 25 F 12:00-1:50p E-145 Tu 6:00-9:40p E-145 Mar 26 Th 6:00-9:40p E-141 M,W 7:00-9:45p J-202 Mar 25 Tu,Th 6:00-8:45p E-205 Mar 26 INTERNET R-215B Mar 25 INTERNET ON-TBA Mar 25 MTuWTh 7:00-3:00p 12:00-1:50p M-127 6:00-7:50p M-127 8:00-9:50p M-127 8:00-11:50a M-123A 6:00-9:50p M-133 12:00-3:50p M-142I 8:30-1:20p M-123 9:00-10:50a NH-110 11:00-12:50p NH-110 11:00-12:40p F-211 9:00-10:40a F-205 6:00-8:50p M-135

Ex Ex Ex Ex

Mar 26 Ex Mar 26 Ex

M M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th

Sa F F Sa F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa F

Course Title

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Lab Fee

Course No.

* Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

RHT 102^ 060

Housekeeping/Hospitality Indus Ethnic Cooking-German * Food Serv & Sanit-Mngr Refresh Special Topics in Horticulture * Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz * Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz

HIA HIA HIA HRT NAS NAS

* Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz

NAS 101

* Water Safety Instructor

PED 189^ 001

Lifeguarding * Surgical Procedures III

215^ 208^ 118 296 101 101

001 001 001 002 002X 003X

3

$26 $12

050X

PED 198^ 002

Sem. Hrs. Day

3 1 2 1 1

1 2

$53

SRT 140^ 001X

1 3

Sa F Sa F M Sa Tu,Th M,W,F Tu W Th Tu,Th Sa F F Su Su Su F

Time

Loc.

9:00-11:50a E-316 6:00-8:50p E-311 9:00-11:50a E-146 9:00-1:15p B-217 5:00-9:00p B-200 10:30-3:30p F-310 1:00-4:00p R-205 10:00-2:40p M-142C 10:00-2:40p G-313 10:00-2:40p G-118 10:00-12:00n G-312 5:15-9:55p G-312 9:00-11:00a G-312 4:00-6:30p R-217 6:30-9:30p R-POL 7:00-8:50a R-POL 9:00-4:00p R-POL 9:00-4:00p R-217 8:00-1:20p G-205

Starting Date

Apr 5 Ex Apr 5 Apr 8 Apr 6 Apr 2 Apr 19 Apr 9

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Apr 18 Ex Apr 5 Ex

Apr 14 Ex Apr 5 Ex

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Apr 5 Ex

Apr 6 Ex Apr 5 Ex Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr

6 6 6 6 6 5

For planning information regarding Fast Track and weekend classes or programs, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

degrees (some restrictions apply)

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

Every degree-seeking student should create an academic program plan during their first semester on campus. An academic plan outlines the courses you plan on taking each semester until you graduate or complete your planned program of study. You will reach a higher level of success if you have an academic plan that tracks your progress towards completing your degree requirements. Academic plans allow you to view all of your requirements for your degree at a glance and in recommended order to ensure you fulfill all prerequisites. For more information, stop by the Counseling Center in Room B-100, or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3588.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Take a Class on the Weekend! Triton College offers convenient weekend classes. Some classes run a full semester, others—identified with “Ex”—are Fast Track weekend classes, which run seven weeks or less. Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

1 Sa Essentials-Medical Terminology AHL 101^ 008 ARC 263 001 $50 3 Sa REVIT Management Intro to Business BUS 141^ 060 3 Sa Business Law I BUS 161^ 005 3 Sa CIS 121^ 060 $47 3 Sa * Introduction to Programming CIS 144 001 $35 3 Sa Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Excel I CIS 155^ 002 $13 3 Sa LAN Administration Wind Client CIS 174^ 003 $55 3 Sa $52 3 Sa * LAN Administration Wind Server CIS 176^ 001 * Programming for Engineers CIS 195^ 060 $45 3 Sa Intro to Private Security CJA 117^ 060 3 Sa The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Criminal Law II CJA 236^ 060 3 Sa Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm ECE 153^ 001X 1 Sa Activities & Resource/Yng Chld ECE 154^ 001X 1 Sa * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 008X $16 3 Sa Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: ECE 111^ A08X * Intro to Early Childhood Ed Basic Skills Review * Emergency Mngt Operation Mitigatio-Emergency Workers * PLC Fundamentals * Solidworks Design & Rendering * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing II Intro to Hospitality Industry Food Sanitation & Safety * Intro to Baking/Pastry

EDU EMP EMP ENT ENT RHT RHT HIA HIA HIA

055 112 122 204 280^ 095 096 110^ 115^ 128^

001 001 001 060 060 060 060 002 060 003

Culinary Arts Quan-Food Prep I Food Prep Essentials & Theory Food & Bev Purchase/Cost Cntrl * Floral Design & Display I * Landscape Construction & Maint World Religions Intro to Psychology Prin of Effective Speaking Digital Studio Photography Special Topic-Hospitality Ind

HIA HIA HIA HRT HRT PHL PSY SPE VIC HIA

130^ 150^ 276^ 114 140 105^ 100^ 101^ 163 296^

004 002 001 001 060 017 027 038 001 005

$75 $70

$42 $42

$32 $22

$79 $26

2 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 1

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

9:30-11:30a 8:00-12:10p 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 8:00-12:00n 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:55a 12:00-2:45p

G-214 M-150B F-120 F-109 M-135 F-203 M-142I M-142E M-133 M-135 R-127

Jan 26 Ex Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26

9:00-12:15p 9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p 9:00-11:45a

R-213 NH-110 NH-110 G-105

Jan 26 Jan 26 Ex Jan 26 Ex Jan 26

TBA 9:00-11:45a 8:00-9:45a 10:00-11:45a 9:00-12:50p 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:55a 9:00-11:45a 8:00-10:45a 8:00-9:45a 8:30-1:30p 8:30-10:30a 8:30-1:30p 2:00-4:50p 11:00-1:45p 9:00-2:50p 8:00-1:50p 9:00-11:45a 9:00-11:45a 10:00-12:45p 9:00-2:30p 7:00-10:45a

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

* Advanced Cake Decoration * Cake & Pastry Decoration Intro to Computer Science

HIA 227^ 002 HIA 127 002 CIS 101^ 062

$24 $42 $35

3 3 3

Introduction Computer Systems * Microsoft Excel II Communicating/Parent&Children Prn of Chld Growth&Devel/Bth-5 Communicating/Parent&Children Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm * Food Serv & Sanit-Mngr Refresh Human Biology

CIS CIS ECE ECE ECE ECE HIA BIS

$35 $13

1 3 1 1 1 1

* Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIS 240^ 060

$127.50 4

* Human Anatomy & Physiology II BIS 241^ 060

$132.50 4

* Fundamentals of Chemistry

CHM 110^ 060

$127.50 4

Intro to Computer Science

CIS 101^ 006

$35

3

HIA 210^ 001 MAT 055 027

$24

3 5

CIS 155^ 001

$13

3

Course Title

100 161^ 151^ 152^ 151^ 153^ 118 101^

061 001 001X 001X 002 002 001 060

$109.50 4

HJ-TBA Jan 26 G-203 G-305 G-305 T-164 T-162 E-311 M-123B F-311 F-312 B-152 B-217 B-200 F-207 F-207 R-209 R-207 D-126 F-315 F-102 T-133 B-200

Jan 26 Ex Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Feb 2 Ex

Htl&Mtl Front-Office Operation * Algebra & Geometry I Microsoft Excel I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I

RHT 101^ 061

3

* Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

RHT 102^ 060

3

* Incdnt Cmnd Sys/Emer Oper Cntr EMP 132 001 Inter Lifeguarding PED 198^ 001

1

Lifeguarding

PED 198^ 002

$53

1

$53

1

Time

Loc.

Sa Sa Sa F F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa F Sa F Sa F Sa F Sa F F F F Sa F Sa F Sa F Sa Su

1:30-6:25p 8:30-1:30p 12:00-1:50p 6:00-7:50p 8:00-9:50p 8:00-11:50a 8:30-1:20p 9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p 11:00-12:40p 9:00-10:40a 10:30-3:30p 6:00-8:45p 9:00-11:45a 6:00-8:45p 9:00-11:45a 6:00-8:45p 9:00-11:45a 6:00-8:45p 9:00-11:45a 6:00-7:50p 8:00-9:50p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:15p 9:00-11:15a 6:00-9:50p 12:00-3:50p 6:00-8:50p 9:00-11:50a 6:00-8:50p 9:00-11:50a 1:00-1:50p

B-152 B-225 M-127 M-127 M-127 M-123A M-123 NH-110 NH-110 F-211 F-205 F-310 D-308 D-308 D-302 D-302 D-306 D-312 D-202 D-204 M-123A M-123A B-217 E-309 E-309 M-133 M-142I M-135 E-316 E-311 E-146 G-305

Su Su Su Su

9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p

R-POL R-217 R-POL R-217

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

degrees (some restrictions apply) A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Starting Date

Feb 9 Feb 16 Apr 5 Ex

Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Jan 25

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Apr 5 Ex Apr 5 Ex Apr 5 Ex Jan 27 Feb 3 Ex Apr 14 Ex


LearningSpring 2013 COMMUNITIES

Erasing boundaries • It’s all connected Make a Connection! Enhance your learning experiences by enrolling in learning community courses. Why participate in a learning community? • You are more likely to do well in all your courses. • You can connect ideas from two courses. • You work with other students on common goals. • You learn to think critically. • Faculty members work closely with all the students. The learning community courses are taught by a team of faculty members and include specialized counseling opportunities and tutor support that create the ideal environment for academic success. Through interactive sessions and hands-on experiences, you’ll learn to make critical connections between the content taught in both courses.

BASIC AND COLLEGE-LEVEL WRITING LINKED! The pairing of RHT 096 and RHT 101 is an exciting curricular combination designed to enable you to complete the prerequisite RHT 096 while, at the same time, taking RHT 101, a course for which you can earn 3 college credits and complete one required writing course. This is a great opportunity for you to succeed at developing more quickly the writing skills you need to be successful in your college career. Also, you save time by completing these two classes in one semester. The prerequisites for RHT096 follow below.

RHT 101 026 Freshman Rhetoric & Composition I Tuesdays and Thursdays • 9:30-10:45 a.m. • 3 credit hours Meets AA, AS, and AGS humanities general education requirements.

RHT 096 019 Introduction to College Writing II Tuesdays and Thursdays • 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. • 3 credit hours Requires successful completion of RHT 095 with a grade of C or better or Triton Placement reading score of four within the last year and an ACT score of 17-19 in writing/English. Admission to this learning community is by petition only.

21ST-CENTURY SKILLS FOR SUCCESS Effective reading and writing are closely related and critical to success at school and in the workplace. Students in this dual course learn the fundamentals of college-level reading and then apply these same concepts to their own writing. Strengthen your critical thinking skills along with reading and writing in this learning community.

RHT 085 008 Introduction to College Reading I Mondays and Wednesdays • 10-11:15 a.m. • 3 credit hours

MAKING WORDS WORK: STRATEGIES FOR READING & WRITING SUCCESS If you placed into RHT 086 and RHT 096, why not make the best use of your time and money by learning the two together? Courses are taught back-to-back by the same instructor using the same text. You will become a stronger reader and writer by developing language skills in both areas at the same time. Don’t miss this opportunity!

RHT 096 002 Introduction to College Writing II Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays • 8-8:50 a.m. • 3 credit hours

RHT 086 001 Introduction to College Reading II Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays • 9-9:50 a.m. • 3 credit hours Requires successful completion of RHT 085 and RHT 095 or reading/writing placement test scores of three in reading and writing within the last year.

FAST-TRACK ELEMENTARY AND INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA: IMPROVE YOUR MATHitude! Come prepared to complete this two-semester sequence in ONE semester! Examine beginning and intermediate level algebra concepts, along with plane geometry in an integrated manner designed to help you effectively understand the concepts. This intensive course is recommended for highly motivated students.

MAT 096 001 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12-1:25 p.m. • 5 credit hours Prerequisite: MAT 045 (with a minimum grade “B”) or qualifying score of 002 on placement test within the last year. Note: Credit will not be given for both MAT 096 and MAT 055 and/or MAT 085.

RHT 095 004 Introduction to College Writing I Mondays and Wednesdays • 12-1:15 p.m. • 3 credit hours Important! You cannot withdraw from one of the paired classes; you must withdraw from both paired classes. Separate grades are given for each class.

To register for a Learning Community, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. For more information about Learning Communities email learningcommunities@triton.edu or visit www.triton.edu/learningcommunities.

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Spring 2013 Course Listings Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

ACCOUNTING Morning Basic Accounting I Basic Accounting I Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Financial Accounting Financial Accounting * Managerial Accounting * Managerial Accounting * Managerial Accounting Afternoon Financial Accounting Evening Basic Accounting I Basic Accounting I Financial Accounting * Managerial Accounting * Intermediate Accounting II * Tax Accounting * Cost Accounting Internet Basic Accounting I * Managerial Accounting

ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC

100^ 100^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 105^ 105^ 105^

001 003 001 002 005 006 001 002 003

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th

9:00-9:50a 11:00-12:15p 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:50a 11:00-12:15p 9:00-9:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a

F-306 F-310 F-306 F-306 J-202 F-206 F-205 F-111 F-307

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

ACC

101^ 003

3

M,W

12:00-1:15p

F-306

Jan 23

ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC

100^ 100^ 101^ 105^ 152^ 156^ 166^

002 004 004 004 001 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W Tu W Th M W Tu

5:30-6:45p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 6:30-9:20p 7:00-9:50p 6:30-9:20p

F-306 F-308 F-115 F-206 F-206 F-305 F-206

Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29

ACC ACC

100^ 070 105^ 070

3 3

INTERNET INTERNET

J-259 J-217

Jan 23 Jan 23

Morning Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ 002 $65 2 Tu 9:00-12:30p G-118 Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ B01 Tu 9:00-9:55a G-311 Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ B02 Tu 11:45-12:30p G-304 Essentials-Medical Terminology AHL 101^ 001 1 Tu 10:00-12:00n Essentials-Medical Terminology AHL 101^ 005 1 Th 8:00-8:55a Ethics & Law for A. H. AHL 102^ 001 1 M 11:00-11:50a Ethics & Law for A. H. AHL 102^ 002 1 Tu 10:00-10:50a Intro to Imaging Physics AHL 115 001 1 Tu 11:30-1:30p Comprehensive Medical Term AHL 120^ 001 3 M 9:00-11:45a Afternoon Essentials-Medical Terminology AHL 101^ 002 1 Tu 1:00-1:50p Ethics & Law for A. H. AHL 102^ 003 1 Tu 3:00-4:50p Basic Pharmacology for A.H. AHL 103^ 001 1 Tu 4:00-4:50p Basic Pharmacology for A.H. AHL 103^ 002 1 Th 12:30-2:20p * Venipuncture AHL 107^ 002 $27 1 Tu 1:00-3:50p Intro to Imaging Physics AHL 115 002 1 Tu 2:00-2:50p Evening Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ 003 $65 2 Th 5:00-8:30p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ C01 Th 5:00-5:50p Introduction to Patient Care AHL 100^ C02 Th 7:30-8:20p AHL AHL AHL AHL AHL AHL AHL

101^ 101^ 102^ 107^ 107^ 108^ 110^

AHL AHL AHL

003 006 004 001 003 001 001

AHL

22

AHL AHL AHL

Jan 29 Jan 29

F-309 E-148 G-309 G-305 F-315 G-203

Mar 26 Ex Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 29 Mar 26 Jan 28

G-214 J-214 G-307 F-310 G-310 F-315

Jan 29 Mar 26 Ex Jan 29 Jan 24 Ex Mar 26 Ex Jan 29

F-313

Jan 24

G-310 G-310

Jan 24 Jan 24

Tu Th Th W Tu Tu Tu,Th

6:00-6:55p 6:00-6:50p 5:00-5:50p 6:00-7:20p 6:00-8:50p 7:00-9:30p 7:00-8:50p

F-102 G-311 G-311 G-310 G-310 E-305 G-309

Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Mar 26 Ex Mar 26 Ex Mar 26 Ex

101^ 008

1

Sa

9:30-11:30a

G-214

Jan 26 Ex

115 070 120^ 073

1 3

INTERNET INTERNET 4:00-6:45p INTERNET 1:00-3:45p INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

G-302 ON-TBA F-315 ON-TBA G-307 F-110 F-110 ON-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 28

$27 $27 $27

120^ 074

3 Tu

Comprehensive Medical Term Comprehensive Medical Term Comprehensive Medical Term

Jan 29

1 1 1 1 1 1 2

M Comprehensive Medical Term

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

ANTHROPOLOGY

ALLIED HEALTH

Essentials-Medical Terminology Essentials-Medical Terminology Ethics & Law for A. H. * Venipuncture * Venipuncture * Electrocardiography Medical Coding&Ofc Procedures Weekend Essentials-Medical Terminology Internet Intro to Imaging Physics Comprehensive Medical Term

Course Title

120^ 070 120^ 071 120^ 072

3 3 3

Jan 29 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Morning Intro to Anthropology Intro to Anthropology Intro to Physical Anthropology Intro to Cultural Anthropology Afternoon Cultural Contexts Anthropology of Religion Evening Intro to Anthropology Intro to Cultural Anthropology Internet Introduction to Archaeology

ANT ANT ANT ANT

101^ 101^ 102^ 103^

ANT ANT

001 002 001 001

3 3 3 3

M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W

9:00-10:15a 9:00-10:40a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p

E-308 E-308 E-308 E-308

Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 23

150^ 001 275^ 001

3 3

Th M,W

3:00-5:45p 2:00-3:15p

E-308 E-308

Jan 24 Jan 23

ANT ANT

101^ 003 103^ 002

3 3

Th Tu

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

E-308 E-308

Jan 24 Jan 29

ANT

105^ 070

3

$16

INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23

ARCHITECTURE Morning Arch Drafting Fundamentals ARC Computer Grphic Architecture I ARC Afternoon * Architectural Design I ARC Evening OSHA 10-Hour Construction Trn ARC Construction Print&Spec Readin ARC Arch Drafting Fundamentals ARC * Wood & Masonry Construct TechnARC * Steel Construction Technology ARC ARC * MEP Construction Technology * Architectural Design II ARC * Architectural Drawing & Models ARC Intro to History of Arch ARC Revit ARC REVIT Production ARC Weekend REVIT Management ARC

109^ 001 189^ 001

$21 $50

2 3

W Tu,Th

9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:20a

M-150C Jan 23 M-150C Jan 24

171^ 001

$99

3

Tu,Th

12:00-2:20p

M-150B Jan 24

102 107^ 109^ 110^ 120^ 140^ 172^ 187^ 210^ 261 262

001 001 002 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001

$25 $17 $21 $198 $100 $198 $148 $129 $8 $50 $50

1 3 2 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3

M Tu,Th W M,W M,W Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th Th Tu Th

6:00-8:00p 6:00-7:20p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:30p 6:00-9:30p 6:00-9:20p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:50p 6:00-10:20p 6:00-10:20p

R-226 R-226B M-150C M-150D ON-TBA M-150C ON-TBA ON-TBA M-150B M-150B M-150D

263

001

$50

3

Sa

8:00-12:10p

M-150B Jan 26

ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART

110^ 112^ 112^ 114^ 117^ 117^ 118^ 118^ 135^ 136^

004 001 002 001 001 004 001 004 002 002

$16 $16 $16 $16 $30 $57

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th M,W M,W Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th F F

9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 10:00-12:45p 10:00-12:45p 10:00-12:45p 10:00-12:45p 9:30-3:25p 9:30-3:25p

F-312 I-111 F-312 M-118 J-206 J-206 J-208 J-208 J-104 J-104

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 25

ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART

110^ 110^ 111^ 111^ 112^ 117^ 117^ 118^ 119^ 135^ 136^

001 005 001 002 003 002 005 002 001 001 001

$16 $16 $16 $45 $30 $57

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W Tu,Th M,W F Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W

1:00-2:15p 2:00-3:40p 3:00-4:15p 12:00-2:45p 1:00-2:15p 2:00-4:45p 1:30-4:40p 2:00-4:45p 2:30-5:15p 2:00-4:45p 2:00-4:45p

F-310 J-101 F-116 E-135 J-214 J-206 J-206 J-208 T-150 J-104 J-104

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 24 Jan 23 Feb 7 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

ART ART ART ART ART

110^ 110^ 114^ 117^ 118^

002 003 002 003 003

$16 $16

3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M M,W M,W

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

M-130 F-308 J-204 J-206 J-208

Mar 25 Ex Mar 25 Ex Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 23

ART ART

112^ 070 112^ 071

Jan 28 Ex Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24

ART Morning Looking at Art Renaissance to Modern Art Renaissance to Modern Art Survey of Asian Art Drawing I Drawing I * Drawing II * Drawing II * Ceramics I * Ceramics II Afternoon Looking at Art Looking at Art Ancient to Medieval Art Ancient to Medieval Art Renaissance to Modern Art Drawing I Drawing I * Drawing II Two-Dimensional Design * Ceramics I * Ceramics II Evening Looking at Art Looking at Art Survey of Asian Art Drawing I * Drawing II Internet Renaissance to Modern Art Renaissance to Modern Art

3 3

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Mar 25 Ex


Course Title

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

ASTRONOMY

Course Title * Aut Electricity&Electronics II

Morning Astronomy of the Solar System AST Astronomy of the Stars&Beyond AST Afternoon Astronomy of the Solar System AST

101^ 001 102^ 001

$60 $60

4 4

M,W,F Tu,Th

11:00-12:40p I-102 9:30-12:00n I-102

Jan 23 Jan 24

101^ 002

$60

4

M,W M M,W Tu,Th

1:00-3:30p 1:00-3:30p 4:00-6:25p 12:30-2:55p

I-102 I-109 I-102 I-102

Jan 23

M W

6:30-9:00p 6:30-9:00p

I-102 I-102

Jan 23

D-209 D-209

Jan 23 Jan 23

Astronomy of the Solar System AST Astronomy of the Stars&Beyond AST Evening Astronomy of the Solar System AST

101^ 003 102^ 002

$60 $60

4 4

101^ 004

$60

4

Internet Introduction to Astronomy Introduction to Astronomy

100^ 070 100^ 071

$60 $60

4 4

AST AST

INTERNET INTERNET

Jan 23 Jan 24

AUTO TECHNOLOGY Morning Intro to Automotive Technology AUT

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

AUT

$67

129^ 004X

3

Tu,Th Tu,Th AUT 136^ 004X $32 4 Tu,Th * Brakes Systems Tu,Th AUT 150^ 003 $144 5 Tu,Th * Automotive Power Plants Tu,Th * Computerized Engine Controls AUT 230^ 001 $82 5 M,W M,W AUT 275^ 003 $144 5 M,W * Transmissions & Drive Systems M,W * Advanced Auto Heating & A/C AUT 282^ 001 $16 2 Tu,Th Tu,Th The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Time to be announced Automotive Internship I AUT 296^ 300X 2 Automotive Internship III AUT 298^ 300X 1

Time

Loc.

6:30-8:55p 6:30-8:55p 7:00-9:55p 7:00-9:55p 6:00-10:30p 6:00-10:30p 7:00-10:25p 7:00-10:25p 6:00-10:55p 6:00-10:55p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

T-154 T-103 T-123 T-107 T-121 T-105 T-121 T-107 T-120 T-103 T-152 T-105

TBA TBA

Starting Date Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 26 Ex

ON-TBA Dec 21 Ex ON-TBA Dec 21 Ex

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 112^ 001

$77

3

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BUSINESS

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001 002 005 006 001 004

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Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23

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W M M W Tu Th M W W Tu Th Th M W Tu Th

6:00-8:15p 6:00-8:15p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p 6:00-9:15p

D-208 D-125 D-124 D-204 D-204 D-202 D-202 D-210 D-207 D-202 D-210 D-313 D-210 D-124 D-207 D-207

F Sa

6:00-8:45p 9:00-11:45a

D-202 D-204

Jan 25

INTERNET INTERNET

D-209 D-209

Jan 23 Jan 23

11:00-12:50p F-207

Jan 24

Jan 23 Jan 23

Course Title Afternoon Introduction to College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College Evening Introduction to College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

COL COL COL COL

101^ 102^ 102^ 102^

004 004 005 008

1 3 3 3

M,W M,W W Tu,Th

12:00-12:50p 1:00-2:30p 3:30-5:20p 12:30-1:55p

F-305 E-205 E-205 F-211

Mar 25 Ex Feb 18 Jan 23 Jan 24

COL COL COL

101^ 007 102^ 009 102^ 010

1 3 3

Th Tu Th

5:00-6:50p 6:00-8:50p 7:00-9:50p

E-203 D-126 F-205

Mar 28 Ex Feb 19 Feb 14

M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W F F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th W W W W Th Th

8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 10:00-11:50a 12:00-1:50p 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:50a 9:50-11:50a 8:00-9:50a 9:50-11:50a 9:00-10:50a 10:50-12:50p

M-123A M-123A M-133 M-133 M-123A M-123A M-123A M-123A M-127 M-127 M-123 M-123 M-135 M-135 M-135 M-135 M-135 M-135 M-142I M-142I M-123B M-123B

Jan 23

M,W M,W Tu Sa F F Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 6:00-7:50p 8:00-9:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-3:50p 12:00-3:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 2:00-3:50p 2:00-3:50p

M-142I M-142I M-123A M-127 M-127 M-127 M-123 F-202 F-202 M-127 M-101 M-101 M-123

W M,W M,W F F Tu Th M W Th

6:00-9:50p 6:00-6:50p 7:00-7:50p 6:00-7:50p 8:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p

M-142I M-123A M-123A M-123A M-123A M-142I M-142I M-137 M-137 M-142G

Jan 24 Jan 24

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Jan 23

Morning Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 001

$35

3

Jan 24

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 002

$35

3

Jan 23

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 003

$35

3

Jan 24

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 005

$35

3

Jan 29

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 007

$35

3

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 008

$35

3

* Introduction to Programming

CIS

121^ 001

$47

3

* Programming for Engineers

CIS

195^ 001

$45

3

* Intro to Network Security

CIS

220

001

$35

3

* Intro to Computer Forensics

CIS

238

001

$33

3

* Bus Systems Analysis & Design

CIS

280^ 001

CIS CIS CIS CIS

100 100 100 101^

001 002 004 062

$35 $35 $35 $35

1 1 1 3

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

101^ 140 142 150^ 253^ 264 295^

009 001 001 001 001X 001X 001

$35 $35 $35 $28 $52 $52

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

CIS CIS

100 003 101^ 004

$35 $35

1 3

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24

Afternoon Introduction Computer Systems Introduction Computer Systems Introduction Computer Systems Intro to Computer Science

3

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23

Jan 24

Intro to Computer Science Microsoft Word I Microsoft Word II * Computer Systems Applications * Adv Visual Basic Programming * C# Programming * Data Structures with C++ Evening Introduction Computer Systems Intro to Computer Science

Jan 23

Intro to Computer Science

CIS

101^ 006

$35

3

Jan 24

Intro to Computer Science Intro to Computer Science A+ PC Hardware & Software A+ PC Maintenance & Repair Social Networking and Web 2.0

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

101^ 101^ 105 106 110

$35 $35 $45 $45

3 3 3 3 3

010 011 001 001 001

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

Jan 23 Ex Mar 25 Ex Jan 29 Apr 5 Ex

Jan 24 Jan 23 Ex Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 27 Ex Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24

CHINESE Morning * Elementary Chinese II

Tu,Th

COLLEGE ORIENTATION Morning Introduction to College Introduction to College

COL COL

101^ 001 101^ 002

1 1

Introduction to College Introduction to College Introduction to College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College Being Successful in College

COL COL COL COL COL COL COL COL

101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^

1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3

003 005 006 001 002 003 006 007

M,W M W M,W W Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p 9:30-10:20a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p

F-309 J-101 E-303 F-305 E-305 F-309 E-218 F-310 F-202 E-312 E-209

Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Ex Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Ex Jan 24 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

degrees (some restrictions apply)

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

Course Title

Computer Information Systems (continued) * Discrete Mathematics-Computing Microsoft Word I Microsoft Word II * Computer Systems Applications Microsoft Access I * Microsoft Access II LAN Administration Wind Client * Introduction to Linux * Administering Web Servers

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

125^ 140 142 150^ 157^ 167^ 174^ 177^ 178^

001 002 002 002 001 001 001 001 001

$35 $35 $28 $35 $33 $55 $35 $30

4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

* Web Site Development * Administering Netwk Infrastruc

CIS CIS

190^ 001 222 001

$42 $35

3 3

* Administering Directory

CIS

228

001

$33

3

Intro Wireless Lan Administrat * C++ Programming * Oracle DBMS Development * Project Mngmnt/Sml Bus System * Windows Command Processing * Database Management Systems Spec Topics in Compt Info Syst * Data Comm & Networking Fund * Internetwork/Route & Switching Weekend Introduction Computer Systems * Introduction to Programming Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Excel I Microsoft Excel I

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

236 255^ 262^ 275^ 277^ 278^ 299^ 310 312

001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001

$33 $38 $52 $62 $35 $55 $17 $33

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS

100 121^ 144 155^ 155^

061 060 001 002 001

$35 $47 $35 $13 $13

1 3 3 3 3

CIS CIS CIS CIS

161^ 174^ 176^ 195^

001 003 001 060

$13 $55 $52 $45

3 3 3 3

CIS CIS CIS CIS

100 101^ 101^ 101^

070 070 071 072

$35 $35 $35 $35

1 3 3 3

* Microsoft Excel II LAN Administration Wind Client * LAN Administration Wind Server * Programming for Engineers Internet Introduction Computer Systems Intro to Computer Science Intro to Computer Science Intro to Computer Science

CWE 290^ 001X CWE 291^ 001X

Tu M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W Th Tu W W Tu Tu Tu Th Th W Th M W Th Tu Th Tu M

6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 5:30-7:20p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-7:50p 7:50-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-7:50p 8:00-9:50p 6:00-7:50p 7:50-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p

M-132 F-203 F-203 M-127 M-123 M-123 M-123 M-127 M-123B M-123B M-123B M-133 M-133 M-123B M-123B M-133 M-135 M-135 M-142G M-127 M-142G M-133 M-135 M-133

Sa Sa Sa Sa F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

8:00-11:50a 8:00-12:00n 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:50a 6:00-9:50p 12:00-3:50p 8:30-1:20p 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:50a 8:00-11:55a

M-123A M-135 F-203 M-142I M-133 M-142I M-123 M-142E M-133 M-135

Apr 6 Ex Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26

M-103 M-103 M-103 M-103

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

3 3

Jan 29 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 23

Ex Ex Ex Ex

Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 28 Apr 6 Ex Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 5 Ex

TBA TBA

OJ-OFF Jan 23 OJ-OFF Jan 23

COUNSELING & GUIDANCE Morning Career/Life Planning Career/Life Planning Afternoon Career/Life Planning Internet Career/Life Planning Career/Life Planning

CSG CSG

150^ 001 150^ 003

1 1

W Tu,Th

11:00-12:50p D-202 9:30-10:20a J-113

CSG

150^ 072

1

M

1:00-1:50p

ON-TBA Jan 28 Ex

CSG CSG

150^ 070 150^ 071

1 1

INTERNET INTERNET

ON-TBA Mar 25 Ex ON-TBA Jan 23 Ex

Mar 27 Ex Mar 26 Ex

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

degrees (some restrictions apply)

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Morning CJA 111^ 001 3 M,W,F * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 002 3 M,W,F * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 003 3 M,W,F * Intro to Criminal Justice * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 007 3 Tu,Th * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 008 3 Tu,Th CJA 121^ 001 3 M,W,F Introduction to Corrections CJA 121^ 002 3 M,W,F Introduction to Corrections Introduction to Corrections CJA 121^ 005 3 Tu,Th Introduction to Corrections CJA 121^ 006 3 Tu,Th CJA 121^ 007 3 Tu,Th Introduction to Corrections CJA 148^ 001 3 M,W,F Police/Community Relations Administration of Justice CJA 161^ 001 3 M,W,F Administration of Justice CJA 161^ 002 3 Tu,Th CJA 166^ 005 3 Tu,Th Criminal Investigation CJA 171^ 001 3 M,W,F Patrol Administration CJA 181^ 001 3 M,W,F Juvenile Delinquency & Law Juvenile Delinquency & Law CJA 181^ 002 3 M,W,F CJA 181^ 004 3 Tu,Th Juvenile Delinquency & Law CJA 201^ 001 3 M,W,F * Criminology * Criminology CJA 201^ 003 3 Tu,Th CJA 219^ 001 3 M,W,F * Criminal Law I CJA 236^ 001 3 Tu,Th * Criminal Law II CJA 246^ 001 3 Tu,Th * Laws of Evidence Afternoon * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 004 3 M,W CJA 111^ 009 3 Tu,Th * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 115^ 002 $76 3 F Prof Skls Priv Scrty Firearms Security Administration CJA 118^ 001 3 M,W The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. CJA 140^ 001 $30 4 W Introduction Forensic Science M,F CJA 148^ 002 3 Tu,Th Police/Community Relations CJA 166^ 001 3 M,W Criminal Investigation Criminal Investigation CJA 166^ 002X 3 M,W CJA 171^ 002 3 Tu,Th Patrol Administration CJA 201^ 004 3 Tu,Th * Criminology Traffic Enforcement & Admin CJA 241^ 002 3 Tu,Th Law Enforcement Admin CJA 257^ 001 3 M,W Special Topic/Criminal Justice CJA 296^ 001 3 M W Special Topic/Criminal Justice CJA 296^ 002 3 Tu,Th Special Topic/Criminal Justice CJA 296^ 003 3 Tu Th Evening * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 005 3 M,W * Intro to Criminal Justice CJA 111^ 006 3 W Prof Skls Priv Scrty Firearms CJA 115^ 001 $76 3 W Prof Skls Priv Scrty Firearms CJA 115^ 003 $76 3 Tu Introduction to Corrections CJA 121^ 004 3 M Introduction to Corrections CJA 121^ 003 3 M,W Prin of Probation & Parole CJA 125^ 001 3 Tu,Th The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Correctional Procedures CJA 131^ 001 3 M,W Police/Community Relations CJA 148^ 004 3 Th Administration of Justice CJA 161^ 003 3 Tu Criminal Investigation CJA 166^ 004 3 M Patrol Administration CJA 171^ 003 3 Th Juvenile Delinquency & Law CJA 181^ 003 3 M * Criminology CJA 201^ 002 3 W Women in Criminal Justice CJA 205 001 3 M * Criminal Law I CJA 219^ 002X 3 W * Criminal Law I CJA 219^ 003 3 W * Criminal Law II CJA 236^ 002 3 Tu Traffic Enforcement & Admin CJA 241^ 001 3 M * Laws of Evidence CJA 246^ 002 3 Th Law Enforcement Admin CJA 257^ 003 3 Th Special Topic/Law and Literature CJA 296^ 005 3 Tu * Appl Law Enforcement Admin CJA 298^ 001 3 W The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Off campus Criminal Investigation CJA 166^ 003X 3 M COOK COUNTY JAIL Weekend Intro to Private Security CJA 117^ 060 3 Sa The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Criminal Law II CJA 236^ 060 3 Sa

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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Starting Date

Time

Loc.

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 10:00-10:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-11:50a 8:00-8:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 8:00-8:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a

R-125 R-125 R-131 R-125 R-125 R-127 R-127 R-127 R-127 R-127 R-129 R-129 R-213 R-314 R-125 R-131 R-131 R-213 R-127 R-131 R-209 R-213 R-314

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24

12:00-1:15p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-2:45p 4:00-5:15p

R-125 R-314 R-313 R-125

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 23

12:00-1:15p 12:00-1:50p 2:30-3:45p 2:30-3:45p 2:30-3:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-1:15p 1:00-2:40p 1:00-2:40p 12:30-1:45p 1:00-2:40p 1:00-2:40p

R-209 R-209 R-213 R-213 R-213 R-213 R-313 R-127 R-314 R-211 R-101 R-131 R-129 R-101

Jan 23

5:30-6:50p 7:00-9:55p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:55p 5:30-6:45p 5:30-6:45p

R-127 R-127 R-125 R-313 R-131 R-207 R-125

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24

5:30-6:45p 7:00-9:55p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:55p 7:00-9:45p 5:00-7:45p 7:00-9:55p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

R-125 R-313 R-123 R-209 R-125 R-127 R-207 R-125 R-129 R-313 R-127 R-314 R-123 R-127 R-207 R-123

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Ex Jan 23

5:00-7:45p

OF-TBA Jan 28

12:00-2:45p

R-127

Jan 26

9:00-12:15p

R-213

Jan 26

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Time to be announced * Cooperative Work Experience * Cooperative Work Experience

Course No.

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24


Course Title

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

* Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ 002X $56 7 Tu,F 8:30-10:50a Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: F 8:30-12:00n * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ B01X F 12:30-4:00p * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ B02X Afternoon * Ultrasound Physics II * Ultrasound Physics II * Cross-Sectional Anatomy

M,W 12:00-2:45p W 12:00-1:45p M,W 12:15-1:55p W 10:35-11:35a DMS 201^ 001X $35 3 Tu 12:00-2:45p Sonographic Specialties Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Sonographic Specialties DMS 201^ A01X Th 8:30-10:30a Sonographic Specialties DMS 201^ A02X Th 10:30-12:30p DMS 201^ A03X Th 1:00-3:00p Sonographic Specialties

* Int to Periph vascular Sonog * Int to Periph vascular Sonog Time to be announced * Clinical Applications II * Clinical Applications III

DMS 102^ 001X DMS 102^ 002X DMS 121^ 001X

$5 $5 $5

3 3 5

DMS 210^ 001X DMS 210^ 002X

$10 $10

2 2

DMS 141^ 001X DMS 151^ 001X

$55 $55

4 4

Tu Th

M,W,F

3:00-5:00p 3:30-5:30p TBA TBA

G-205

Jan 28

G-208 G-208 G-208

Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 28

J-101

Jan 29

G-208 G-208

Jan 29 Jan 29

G-205 G-203 F-111 G-313 I-111

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29

G-208 G-208 G-208

Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 29

G-311 G-214

Jan 29 Jan 24

OF-TBA Feb 18 OF-TBA Jan 23

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Morning Early Child Development ECE 110^ 001 $49 3 M Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: Early Child Development ECE 110^ A01

9:00-10:50a TBA

ECE 110^ 003 $49 3 F Early Child Development Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: Early Child Development ECE 110^ A02

9:00-10:50a

* Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 004 $16 3 W Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ A04

9:00-11:45a

* Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 007 $16 3 Tu Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ A07

9:00-11:45a

* Health Nutrition and Safety ECE 118^ 001 $20 3 Th The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Lang Development & Activities ECE 121^ 001 $13 3 M The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Practicum ECE 251^ 001X $21 4 MTuWThF Approval-Diana Rosenbrock Afternoon Early Child Development ECE 110^ 004 $49 3 Tu Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: Early Child Development ECE 110^ A03

TBA

TBA

E-303

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28 E-303

Jan 25

HJ-TBA Jan 25 G-105

Jan 23

HJ-TBA Jan 23 G-105

Jan 29

* Child, Family & Community ECE 146^ 001 2 M * Adm&Suprv of Early Childhd Prg ECE 250^ 001 $20 3 Tu The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Off campus Communicating/Parent&Children ECE 151^ 001X 1 Sa Prn of Chld Growth&Devel/Bth-5 ECE 152^ 001X 1 Sa 1 Sa Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm ECE 153^ 001X 1 Sa Activities & Resource/Yng Chld ECE 154^ 001X Weekend Communicating/Parent&Children ECE 151^ 002 1 Sa 1 Sa Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm ECE 153^ 002

Morning Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics * Statistic/Business&Economics Afternoon Macroeconomics Evening Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics Internet Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Microeconomics

EDUCATION

G-105

Jan 24

9:00-12:40p

G-105

Jan 28

8:00-12:00n

G-102

Jan 23

1:00-2:50p

J-204

Jan 29

Morning * Intro to Special Education * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Introduction to Education * Introduction to Education * Educational Psychology Afternoon * Human Growth and Develpmnt Evening Technology for Educators * Human Growth and Develpmnt Weekend Basic Skills Review Internet * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Human Growth and Develpmnt * Educational Psychology

HJ-TBA Jan 29

* Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 001 $16 3 M Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ A01

1:00-3:45p

* Seminar ECE 252^ 001X 3 Th Approval-Diana Rosenbrock Evening Early Child Development ECE 110^ 002 $49 3 W Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: Early Child Development ECE 110^ A05

4:00-6:45p

G-305

Jan 24

6:00-7:50p

E-141

Jan 23

6:00-7:50p

HJ-TBA Jan 23

Early Child Development ECE 110^ 005 $49 3 Th Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: Early Child Development ECE 110^ A04

6:30-8:20p

F-102

* Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 002 $16 3 M Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ A02

6:00-8:45p

* Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ 005 $16 3 W Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Intro to Early Childhood Ed ECE 111^ A05

6:00-8:45p

TBA

TBA

TBA

TBA

G-105

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28

Jan 24

HJ-TBA Jan 24 G-105

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28 G-105

Loc.

6:30-8:20p

G-309

TBA

Starting Date Jan 23

HJ-TBA Jan 23 G-105

Jan 24

G-105

Jan 29

G-311

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28

6:30-8:20p 6:30-9:15p

G-307 G-311

Jan 28 Jan 29

9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p 9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p

NH-110 NH-110 NH-110 NH-110

Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Apr 6

Ex Ex Ex Ex

11:00-12:40p F-211 9:00-10:40a F-205

Apr 6 Ex Apr 6 Ex

ECONOMICS

9:00-12:40p

TBA

Time

* Health Nutrition and Safety ECE 118^ 002 $20 3 Th 6:00-9:40p The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. $13 3 Tu 6:00-9:40p * Lang Development & Activities ECE 121^ 002 The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Students w/Disabilities School ECE 142^ 001 3 M 6:30-9:15p Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: ECE 142^ A01 TBA * Students w/Disabilities School

HJ-TBA Jan 29

TBA

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Infant/Toddler Development ECE 115^ 001 $15 3 W Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: ECE 115^ A01 Infant/Toddler Development

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY Morning 7 M,W 9:00-11:15a * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ 001X $56 Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ A01X M 12:30-4:00p * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ A02X Tu 11:00-2:30p W 12:00-3:30p * Gen Sonography & Applications DMS 110^ A03X

Course Title

ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO ECO

102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 170^

ECO

001 002 003 005 001 002 006X 004 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 8:00-9:15a

F-311 F-102 M-130 F-307 F-109 F-310 F-203 G-307 F-315

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

102^ 007

3

Tu,Th

12:30-1:45p

F-208

Jan 24

ECO ECO ECO ECO

102^ 102^ 103^ 103^

004 008 003 005

3 3 3 3

M,W Tu M,W Th

5:30-6:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

F-102 F-115 G-118 J-101

Jan 23 Jan 29 Mar 25 Ex Jan 24

ECO ECO ECO ECO

102^ 102^ 103^ 103^

070 071 070 071

3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-105 D-105 D-105 D-105

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex

EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU

200^ 206^ 206^ 206^ 206^ 207^ 207^ 215^

001 001 004 002 006 001 002 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Tu,Th M,W W M,W Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th

11:00-12:20p 9:00-10:15a 9:00-11:45a 10:30-11:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:00-10:15a 9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:15p

F-116 I-111 R-214 E-148 J-204 G-204 D-126 J-214

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24

EDU

206^ 005

3

W

12:30-3:15p

M-130

Jan 23

EDU EDU

105^ 001 206^ 003

3 3

Th M

6:00-8:30p 6:00-8:45p

T-130 F-312

Jan 24 Jan 28

EDU

055

001

2

Sa

9:00-11:45a

G-203

Jan 26 Ex

EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU

206^ 206^ 206^ 206^ 215^

070 071 072 073 070

3 3 3 3 3

ON-TBA ON-TBA ON-TBA ON-TBA E-317

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

G-305 G-305 G-305

Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 27

$98 $98

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Weekend * Emergency Mngt Operation Mitigation-Emergency Workers * Incdnt Cmnd Sys/Emer Oper Cntr Interface

EMP 112 EMP 122 EMP 132

001 001 001

2 2 1

Sa Sa Su

8:00-9:45a 10:00-11:45a 1:00-1:50p

Jan 23

HJ-TBA Jan 23

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Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Morning EMS 131^ 001 $79 6 M,F 11:00-2:30p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ A01 M,F 11:00-2:30p EMS 131^ A02 M,F 11:00-2:30p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ A03 M,F 11:00-2:30p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ A04 M,F 11:00-2:30p Afternoon EMS 131^ 003 $79 6 Tu,Th 2:30-6:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ C01 Tu,Th 2:30-6:00p EMS 131^ C02 Tu,Th 2:30-6:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ C03 Tu,Th 2:30-6:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ C04 Tu,Th 2:30-6:00p Evening EMS 131^ 002 $79 6 M,W 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: EMS 131^ B01 M,W 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ B02 M,W 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ B03 M,W 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ B04 M,W 6:30-10:00p EMS 131^ 004 $79 6 Tu,Th 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ D01 Tu,Th 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ D02 Tu,Th 6:30-10:00p EMS 131^ D03 Tu,Th 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS 131^ D04 Tu,Th 6:30-10:00p * Emergency Medical Tech-Basic

G-315

Jan 25

G-315 G-315 G-315 G-315

Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25

G-315

Jan 24

G-315 G-315 G-315 G-315

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

G-315

Jan 23

G-315 G-315 G-315 G-315

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

G-315

Jan 24

G-315 G-315 G-315 G-315

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Morning Electricity Fundamentals Production Drawings & CAD Metrology W/Geometric Dimen Automated Fabrication Proces I Automated Fabrication Process II * Robotics I * Geometric Dsgn, Layout & Build * Intro to Mechanical Autocad Evening Electricity Fundamentals Production Drawings & CAD Metrology W/Geometric Dimen Fluid Power * Sheet Metal Fabrication Resident Wiring: Install & Rpr * Intro to Mechanical Autocad * Autodesk Inventor Dsgn & Rendr * Jig & Fixture Design * Machine Design Weekend * PLC Fundamentals * Solidworks Design & Rendering

ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT

104 110^ 111 117^ 118 205^ 232^ 252^

001 002 001 001 001 001 001 001

$45 $55 $27 $79 $75 $75 $55 $45

3 4 3 3 3 4 3 2

M,W Tu,Th F F F Tu,Th M,W F

9:00-10:50a 8:30-10:55a 9:00-12:50p 8:30-12:20p 8:30-12:20p 8:30-10:55a 11:00-1:20p 9:00-11:20a

T-164 T-162 T-162 T-160 T-160 T-164 T-164 M-132

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 25

ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT

104 110^ 111 115^ 144^ 201 252^ 255^ 260^ 270^

002 001 002 001 001 001 002 001 001 001

$45 $55 $27 $85 $48 $125 $45 $45 $70 $70

3 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3

Tu M,W Th W M W Th M,W M Tu

6:00-9:50p 6:00-8:20p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-8:20p 8:30-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p

T-164 M-132 T-160 T-160 T-164 T-126 M-132 T-162 T-160 T-162

Jan 29 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 29

ENT ENT

204 060 280^ 060

$75 $70

3 2

Sa Sa

9:00-12:50p 9:00-11:50a

T-164 T-162

Jan 26 Jan 26

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

degrees (some restrictions apply) A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved.

Course Title Time to be announced * Cooperative Work Experience Internet Introduction to Automation * Technical Physics * Applied Statics

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

ENT

290

001X

ENT ENT ENT

103 070 123^ 070 295^ 070

3 $57 $35 $68

TBA

3 4 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Loc.

Starting Date

OJ-OFF Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23 ON-TBA Jan 23

ENGLISH/LITERATURE & COMPOSITION Morning Introduction to Poetry * Introduction to Fiction * Introduction to Drama Intro to Shakespeare Afternoon Introduction to Poetry * Introduction to Fiction Evening * Introduction to Fiction Off campus * Introduction to Fiction Internet * Introduction to Fiction

ENG

101^ 001

3 3 3 3

W,F M Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F

10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-11:50a 10:00-10:50a

E-307 E-146 E-314 F-109 D-313

ENG ENG ENG

103^ 003 202^ 001 231^ 001X

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23

ENG ENG

101^ 002 103^ 001

3 3

W,F M,W

2:00-4:45p 12:00-1:15p

E-311 F-208

Mar 27 Ex Jan 23

ENG

103^ 002

3

M

7:00-9:45p

E-310

Jan 28

ENG

103^ 851X

3

MTuWThF 10:44-11:32a

ENG

103^ 070

3

INTERNET

Jan 23

OP-439 Jan 23 E-102

Jan 23 Ex

F-203 M-133 F-305 F-203 E-209 M-142E E-307 F-206 G-204 M-133 M-124 E-320 E-218 F-305 E-218 F-211 E-312 E-307 E-201 E-146 E-209 E-304 E-201 E-146 E-203 G-204 F-109 E-209 E-203 E-148 R-317 E-218 E-304 G-305 E-203 E-311 E-306 E-310 E-311 E-304 E-314 I-106 E-203 E-312 E-316 E-311 E-310 E-203 E-312 E-309 G-309 J-113 E-307 E-146

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23

ENGLISH/RHETORIC & COMPOSITION Morning * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading II

RHT RHT RHT

085 085 086

002 004 002

3 3 3

* Intro to College Reading II

RHT

086

005

3

* Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

086 086 086 086 086 095 095 095 095 095 096 096 096

001 003 009 010 011 001 002 003 007 008 001 002 003

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

* Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II

RHT RHT RHT

096 096 096

004 005 006

3 3 3

* Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

096 096 096 096 096 096 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 102^

007 008 016 017 018 019 014 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 010X

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W Tu,Th F M,W M W M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W F M,W,F M,W,F M,W F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th W,F M

For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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Time

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:00-9:50a 11:00-11:55a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 8:00-8:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:00-11:50a 8:00-8:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-10:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 8:00-9:15a 8:00-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 11:00-1:45p 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 23

Ex

Ex

Ex

Ex


Course Title * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II Afternoon * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II Creative Writing Evening * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading I * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Reading II * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Intro to College Writing II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II Off campus * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^

001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 011 020 021 022 023 024

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

8:00-8:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-12:50p 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p

E-316 E-311 E-316 E-312 E-309 F-105 E-309 E-312 E-311 E-316 E-309 E-309 F-311 E-302 E-310

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

085 085 086 086 086 095 095 096 096 096 096 096 096 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 255^

003 001 006 004 012 005 004 009 010 011 012 020 021 015 016 017 012 013 031 032 033 034X 012 013 014 015 025 026 027 028 029 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W,F M,W M,W,F Tu,Th M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

12:30-1:45p 12:00-12:55p 1:00-2:15p 1:00-1:50p 12:30-1:45p 1:00-2:20p 12:00-12:50p 12:00-12:50p 12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 2:00-2:50p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-1:15p 12:00-1:15p 2:00-3:15p 12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 3:30-4:45p 12:00-12:50p 12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 2:00-2:50p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 2:00-3:15p 3:30-4:45p 12:30-1:45p

E-209 F-205 M-133 E-311 E-314 E-306 E-314 E-203 F-105 E-307 E-307 E-205 E-209 E-312 M-142F E-312 E-307 E-316 E-312 E-304 E-312 E-148 E-311 E-309 E-201 F-305 E-202 E-148 E-304 E-148 E-304 E-309

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 26 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

085 085 086 086 086 086 095 095 095 096 096 096 096 096 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 102^

005 006 007 008 013 014 006 009 010 013X 014 015 022 023 018 019 020 036 035 037 038 016 017 018 019 030 031 032

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Tu Th M W Tu Th M Tu Th M W W Tu Th M M W Tu Tu,Th Th Th M M W W Tu Tu Th

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 6:30-9:15p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 5:00-6:15p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

E-302 R-213 E-209 E-302 F-116 E-304 E-313 E-141 J-113 E-202 E-209 F-312 E-209 D-125 E-311 E-320 E-311 G-307 E-312 F-303 F-304 G-214 E-303 E-303 R-213 D-125 F-313 E-320

Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 24

RHT RHT

102^ 850X 102^ 851X

3 3

MTuWThF 11:00-12:00n OF-TBA Jan 23 MTuWThF 1:00-2:00p OF-TBA Jan 23

Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Weekend * Intro to College Writing I * Intro to College Writing II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I

RHT RHT RHT

095 060 096 060 101^ 061

3 3 3

* Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

RHT

102^ 060

3

Internet * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp I * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II * Freshman Rhetoric & Comp II

RHT RHT RHT RHT RHT

101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^

3 3 3 3 3

070 071 074 070 071

Sa Sa F Sa F Sa

Time

Loc.

9:00-11:55a 9:00-11:45a 6:00-8:50p 9:00-11:50a 6:00-8:50p 9:00-11:50a

E-311 M-123B M-135 E-316 E-311 E-146

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Starting Date

Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 5 Ex Apr 5 Ex

E-102 E-102 E-102 E-102 E-102

Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23

7:00-9:45p

G-309

Jan 28

7:00-9:45p

G-214

Jan 23

7:00-9:45p

G-214

Jan 29

7:00-9:45p

G-305

Jan 24

7:00-9:45p

G-214

Jan 24

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Evening FIR 129^ 001 3 M * Hazardous Materials The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Arson FIR 190^ 001 3 W The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. FIR 254^ 001 3 Tu * Fire Superv & Comm Relations The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. * Hydraulics & Fix Installations FIR 275^ 001 3 Th The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. FIR 281^ 001 3 Th * Building Construction

GEOGRAPHY Morning Physical Geo:Weather & Climate Physical Geo:Maps & Land Forms Afternoon Physical Geo:Maps & Land Forms Evening Contemporary World Cultures Internet Physical Geo:Weather & Climate

GEO 200^ 001 GEO 201^ 001

$27 $27

4 4

M,W,F M,W,F

8:00-9:25a 9:30-10:55a

I-106 I-106

Jan 23 Jan 23

GEO 201^ 002

$27

4

Tu,Th

2:00-4:15p

I-106

Jan 24

3

W

7:00-9:45p

I-106

Jan 23

INTERNET

I-105

Jan 23

Tu 6:30-8:45p Th 6:30-8:45p The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly.

I-106 I-102

Jan 24

GEO 104^ 001 GEO 200^ 070

$27

4

GOL

$60

4

M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-1:55p 9:30-10:45a 8:00-10:30a 11:00-1:30p 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:00-11:30a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p

R-123 R-123 R-131 R-131 R-207 R-123 R-207 R-301A R-301A R-217 R-217 R-217 R-217 R-217 R-301A R-217 R-217

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 4 Mar 4 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Mar 5 Jan 24 Jan 24

GEOLOGY Evening Historical Geology

102^ 001

HEALTH EDUCATION Morning Science of Personal Health Science of Personal Health Science of Personal Health Science of Personal Health Principles of Nutrition Drug & Alcohol Education Sport Specific Training & Rehab First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR Afternoon Culture and Food First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR Evening Science of Personal Health Principles of Nutrition First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR First Aid & CPR Internet Science of Personal Health Science of Personal Health Principles of Nutrition Principles of Nutrition

Register online at www.triton.edu.

HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH

104^ 104^ 104^ 104^ 120^ 175^ 221^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^

001 002 005 006 001 001 001 018 019 001 002 003 004 010 011 012 013

$25 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15

2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH

202^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^

001 005 006 017 014

$15 $15 $15 $15

3 2 2 2 2

Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th

12:30-3:30p 12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 12:00-2:30p 12:30-1:45p

R-125 R-217 R-217 R-301A R-217

Mar 26 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 5 Ex Jan 24

HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH HTH

104^ 120^ 281^ 281^ 281^ 281^

003 002 007 009 015 016

$15 $15 $15 $15

2 3 2 2 2 2

W Tu M W Tu,Th Tu,Th

7:00-8:50p 6:00-8:50p 5:00-7:50p 6:00-8:50p 5:00-6:25p 7:00-8:25p

R-131 R-319 R-217 R-217 R-217 R-217

Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24

HTH HTH HTH HTH

104^ 104^ 120^ 120^

070 072 070 071

R-202D ON-TBA R-202D R-202D

Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Feb 13

2 2 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Ex Ex Ex

Ex

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Honors at Triton

Rewarding Excellence with a Tuition Waiver Do you have a 3.5 GPA or higher at Triton? Great! You may be able to qualify for a tuition waiver for two courses. Requirements: 1. Enrolled in a degree-seeking program 2. Have a 3.5 GPA in all 100 level or above courses taken 3. Completed at least 12 credit hours in the past year in 100 level or above courses You may petition to enroll in any two of the following Scholars Program* courses at no tuition charge.** Space in these courses is limited, with first choice going to Scholars Program students. The petition must be approved by the Scholars Program coordinator and the dean. Leave petitions in Room E-102E in the Liberal Arts Building for continuous approval review. (Acceptance into a course does not mean admission into the Scholars Program.*) Scholars Program students must register in a total of 16 hours each semester. Register in any two (but no more than two) Scholars courses listed below, plus the one-hour HUM 299 course. Scholars/Honors Courses Course No.

ECO ENG HIS MAT PHL RHT SPE

103 231 122 170 105 102 101

006 001 001 003 010 010 014

Course Title

Day

Time

Microeconomics Introduction to Shakespeare History of Western Civilization II Elementary Statistics World Religions Freshman Rhetoric & Composition II Principles of Effective Speaking

TuTh MWF TuTh TuTh TuTh MWF MW

9:30-10:45 a.m. 10-10:50 a.m. 12:30-1:45 p.m. 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 8-9:15 a.m. 11-11:50 a.m. 12:30-1:45 p.m.

Talk to a counselor or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3250 or 3565 (daytime), for more information. *The Scholars Program is a competitive application program for academically talented students. Applications are available online for Triton students at www.triton.edu/depts/scholars/application.html. **Tuition waiver limited to the value of in-district tuition. Out-of-district students must pay difference. Federal law prohibits granting of governmental financial aid to foreign students.

Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

HISTORY Morning History of Western Civil II History of Western Civil II World History I World History II History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. Since 1877 History/Afro-American in USA African History History of Latin America II Afternoon History of Western Civil II World History I World History I History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 African History Evening World History I History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 Internet History of Western Civil II World History I World History I World History II History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. to 1877 History of U.S. Since 1877

30

Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY ADMINISTRATION HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS

122^ 122^ 141^ 142^ 151^ 151^ 151^ 151^ 152^ 155^ 156^ 172^

HIS HIS

001 002 002 001 001 002 007 008 001 001 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F

9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-11:50a

I-111 I-109 R-317 F-313 F-311 E-135 I-106 E-202 E-304 M-118 F-205 F-102

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23

122^ 003X 141^ 001

3 3

141^ 151^ 151^ 151^ 151^ 156^

003 003 004 005 009 002

3 3 3 3 3 3

12:30-1:45p 12:00-1:15p 12:00-1:15p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-1:15p 1:30-2:45p 1:30-4:15p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p

R-317 G-214 G-312 D-126 F-206 J-101 F-115 E-311 F-311

Jan 24 Jan 23

HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS

Tu,Th M W Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th

HIS HIS HIS

141^ 004 151^ 006 151^ 010

3 3 3

Tu M Tu,Th

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 5:30-6:45p

E-201 F-315 E-305

Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 24

HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS HIS

122^ 141^ 141^ 142^ 151^ 151^ 152^

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

D-109 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107 D-107

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

070 070 071 070 070 071 070

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 24

Morning Intro to Hospitality Industry Intro to Travel & Tourism * Intro to Baking/Pastry * Intro to Baking/Pastry

HIA HIA HIA HIA

110^ 123^ 128^ 128^

001 001 005 001

$42 $42

3 3 3 3

Chocolate Culinary Arts Quan-Food Prep I

HIA HIA

129 001 130^ 001

$32 $42

2 3

Nutrition Nutrition * Artisan Breads Housekeeping/Hospitality Indus * Specialty Baking & Pastry

HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA

132^ 132^ 134 215^ 228^

003 002 001 001 001

$42 $103

2 2 3 3 3

* Specialty Baking & Pastry

HIA

228^ 002

$103

3

Culinary Arts-Garde Manger

HIA

255^ 002

$42

3

* Culinary Art Quan-Food Prep II

HIA

260^ 001

$42

3

* Culinary Art Quan-Food Prep II

HIA

260^ 002

$42

3

* Retail Bakery Management * Retail Bakery Management Afternoon Culinary Mathematics Culinary Mathematics Beverage Management * Introduction to Sommelier * Laminated Doughs * Cake & Pastry Decoration * Intro to Baking/Pastry

HIA HIA

274 274

001 002

$49 $49

2 2

HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA

100^ 100^ 117^ 119 124 127 128^

001 002 001 001 001 001 002

$39 $50 $30 $42 $42

2 2 2 3 2 3 3

W W F Tu Tu F M M F Th W F M M Th Th W W Tu Tu Th Th Tu,W Th,F

11:45-2:15p 9:00-11:30a 8:30-1:30p 8:30-1:30p 8:30-12:00n 10:00-3:00p 8:30-2:30p 8:30-10:00a 9:30-1:30p 9:00-11:00a 7:00-12:00n 9:00-1:15p 8:30-1:30p 8:30-12:00n 8:30-1:30p 8:30-11:30a 8:30-1:30p 8:30-10:30a 8:30-2:30p 1:30-2:30p 8:30-2:30p 8:30-10:00a 10:30-2:30p 10:30-2:30p

B-217 B-217 B-152 B-152 B-217 B-200 B-200 B-217 F-207 F-203 B-152 B-217 B-152 B-217 B-152 B-217 B-200 B-217 B-200 B-217 B-200 B-217 B-152 B-152

M F W M M Tu W W

2:30-4:30p 1:30-3:30p 4:30-8:30p 12:30-4:30p 2:00-6:50p 3:30-8:00p 2:30-7:30p 2:30-5:00p

E-306 D-125 B-225 B-217 B-152 B-152 B-152 B-217

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 29 Feb 8 Ex Jan 28 Jan 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 23 Apr 5 Ex Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Feb 6 Feb 7 Jan 28 Jan 25 Jan 23 Feb 11 Feb 11 Ex Feb 12 Jan 23


Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Starting Date

Time

Loc.

Course Title

4:00-9:00p 4:00-5:00p 4:00-9:00p 2:30-8:30p 6:00-8:00p 12:00-2:00p 3:10-5:55p 5:30-8:30p 3:45-6:30p 3:00-8:00p 3:00-7:55p 4:00-9:00p 5:00-7:00p 2:00-4:20p 3:00-7:00p 1:45-3:45p

B-225 B-217 B-225 B-200 G-203 B-225 E-202 B-217 F-310 B-152 B-200 B-201 B-217 F-306 B-225 B-225

Jan 25 Mar 25 Ex Mar 26 Ex

HIA

129

002

$32

2

Chocolate Culinary Arts Quan-Food Prep I Nutrition Menu Writing Food Prep Essentials & Theory * Mixology Hospitality Supervision * Advanced Cake Decoration Culinary Arts-Garde Manger * Catering Management

HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA

129 130^ 132^ 133^ 150^ 217 225^ 227^ 255^ 277^

004 002 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001

$32 $42

$24 $42 $42

2 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

Hospitality Industry Law Special Topic-Hospitality Ind Special Topic-Hospitality Ind Evening Knife Skills Knife Skills Food Sanitation & Safety Food Sanitation & Safety * Food and Wine Pairing Ethnic Cooking-German Htl&Mtl Front-Office Operation Ethnic Cooking-New Orleans Hospitality Marketing Food & Bev Purchase/Cost Cntrl Special Topic-Hospitality Ind Special Topic-Hospitality Ind Weekend Intro to Hospitality Industry Food Sanitation & Safety * Food Serv & Sanit-Mngr Refresh * Cake & Pastry Decoration * Intro to Baking/Pastry

HIA HIA HIA

285^ 001 296^ 001 296^ 003

$26 $26

3 1 1

Tu Tu Th W Th F Tu F Tu Th F Th Th F M Tu

HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA

101 101 115^ 115^ 206 208^ 210^ 214^ 250^ 276^ 296^ 296^

001 002 001 002 001 001 001 001 001 002 002 004

2 2 2 2 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 1

Th Th M W M M F M M Th M Tu

5:00-9:00p 5:00-9:00p 7:00-8:50p 6:00-9:40p 5:00-9:00p 5:00-9:00p 6:00-8:45p 5:00-9:00p 5:00-7:45p 6:00-8:50p 5:00-9:00p 6:00-10:00p

B-200 B-200 F-207 F-309 B-200 B-200 B-217 B-200 R-311 F-312 B-200 B-200

Jan 31 Mar 14 Jan 28 Mar 27 Feb 18 Apr 8 Jan 25 Mar 4 Jan 28 Jan 24 Feb 4 Mar 26

HIA HIA HIA HIA HIA

110^ 115^ 118 127 128^

002 060 001 002 003

3 2

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

8:30-11:00a 8:30-10:30a 10:30-3:30p 8:30-1:30p 8:30-1:30p 8:30-10:30a 8:30-1:30p 2:45-5:30p 1:30-6:30p 11:00-1:45p 7:00-10:45a

F-311 F-312 F-310 B-225 B-152 B-217 B-200 F-207 B-152 F-207 B-200

Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Ex Feb 16 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Feb 9 Jan 26 Feb 2 Ex

B-201

Jan 23

B-201 B-201 B-201

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Chocolate

$50

$50 $26 $24 $24

$26 $26

$42 $42

3 3

Culinary Arts Quan-Food Prep I HIA 130^ 004 $42 3 Food Prep Essentials & Theory HIA 150^ 002 3 * Advanced Cake Decoration HIA 227^ 002 $24 3 3 Food & Bev Purchase/Cost Cntrl HIA 276^ 001 Special Topic-Hospitality Ind HIA 296^ 005 $26 1 Time to be announced Dining Room Service HIA 120^ 001 $32 3 TBA Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Dining Room Service HIA 120^ A01 Tu 10:00-2:00p Dining Room Service HIA 120^ A02 W 4:00-8:00p Dining Room Service HIA 120^ A03 Th 10:00-2:00p

Feb 5 Ex Feb 7 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 29 Jan 25 Jan 29 Feb 7 Jan 25 Jan 24

* Dining Room Management HIA 290^ 001 $32 3 Tu,W TBA Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Dining Room Management HIA 290^ A01 Tu 10:00-2:00p * Dining Room Management HIA 290^ A02 W 4:00-8:00p * Dining Room Management HIA 290^ A03 Th 10:00-2:00p

B-201

Jan 23

B-201 B-201 B-201

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

* Cooperative Work Experience

OJ-OFF Jan 23

HIA

295^ 001X

3

TBA

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

Ex Ex

HORTICULTURE Morning Introduction to Horticulture Plants and Society Plants and Society * Special Topics in Horticulture Afternoon Plants and Society Special Topics in Horticulture Naturalized Gardens Evening * Floral Design & Display I Plants and Society Plant Pathology Soils & Fertilizers Evergreens/Vines/Groundcovers Herbaceous Ornamental Plants Specialty Floral Design Vegetable/Herb Gardening * Innovations in Sustainability Turf and Lawn Management * Landscape CAD and Graphics * Special Topics in Horticulture Weekend Introduction to Horticulture * Landscape Construction & Maint Time to be announced * Special Topics in Horticulture * Special Topics in Horticulture

HRT HRT HRT HRT

100 125 125 296

001 001 003 006

$24

HRT HRT HRT

125 296 296

002 002 009

HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT HRT

114 125 128^ 135 225^ 261^ 244 265^ 275 285^ 295^ 296

001 004 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001

$32

HRT HRT

100 140

002 060

$24 $22

$12

$24 $22 $12 $12 $20 $22 $30

4 4 4 1

M,W M,W Tu,Th F

9:30-11:55a 10:00-11:50a 9:00-10:50a 10:00-11:50a

R-209 R-213 R-209 R-207

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Mar 26

4 2 1

M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th

1:00-2:50p 1:00-2:50p 12:00-3:30p

R-207 R-205 TBA

Jan 23 Apr 2 Ex Apr 29

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 1

M,W W Th M Tu Th Tu W Tu W M,W W

6:00-9:00p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:50p 6:00-9:00p 6:00-6:55p

R-209 R-209 R-207 R-317 R-317 R-209 TBA R-314 R-209 R-317 M-150E R-205

Jan 26 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 TBA Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

4 4

Sa Sa

9:00-1:30p 8:00-1:50p

R-209 R-207

Jan 24 Jan 26

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

HRT * Special Topics in Horticulture HRT Horticulture Internship HRT * Special Topics in Horticulture * Special Topics in Horticulture HRT Landscape Lighting Design & Instl HRT Internet HRT Introduction to Horticulture Plants and Society HRT Plants and Society HRT HRT Plants and Society

296 154 296 296 296

005 001 007 008 010

100 125 125 125

070 070 071 072

1 3 1 1 1 $24

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

TBA -TBA Jan 23 See Department Coordinator TBA -TBA Jan 23 TBA -TBA Jan 28 TBA -TBA Jan 23

4 4 4 4

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-205 R-205 R-205 R-205

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

8:00-9:15a 9:00-9:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 11:00-12:15p

F-115 M-130 J-204 J-204 R-317

Jan 24 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

12:00-1:15p

D-126

Jan 23

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

F-315 F-115

Jan 24 Jan 28

7:00-8:55p 6:00-6:50p 7:00-9:45p

T-159 E-313 E-135

Mar 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 29

INTERNET INTERNET 1:00-2:15p INTERNET INTERNET

D-109 ON-TBA F-116 R-215 R-215

Jan 23 Jan 28

HUMANITIES Morning HUM 101^ 002 3 Tu,Th The Popular Arts Modern-Business Ethics HUM 126^ 001 1 M,W Int Latin American Experience HUM 165^ 001 3 M,W,F HUM 165^ 002 3 M,W,F Int Latin American Experience Intro-Women’s & Gender Studies HUM 170^ 001 3 Tu,Th Afternoon The Popular Arts HUM 101^ 001 3 M,W Evening HUM 101^ 003 3 Th The Popular Arts Mass Media and Culture HUM 102^ 001 3 M The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. 1 M Humanities: Worker In America HUM 120^ 001 HUM 124^ 001 1 Th Professional Ethics Int Latin American Experience HUM 165^ 003 3 Tu Internet HUM 101^ 070 3 The Popular Arts HUM 104^ 072 3 Humanities Through The Arts M Humanities Through The Arts HUM 104^ 070 3 HUM 104^ 071 3 Humanities Through The Arts

Jan 23 Jan 23

INDEPENDENT BUILDING CONTRACTOR Evening Carpentry: Finished Carpentry

IBC

205

001

$50

3

Tu,Th

7:30-9:50p

R-226D Jan 24

ITL

101^ 001

$14

4

Tu,Th

8:00-9:50a

F-111

Jan 24

ITL

102^ 001

$14

4

W

6:00-9:40p

E-145

Jan 23

MCM 150^ 002 MCM 150^ 004

3 3

W Tu,Th

9:00-11:45a J-101 11:00-12:15p J-101

Jan 23 Jan 24

MCM 120^ 001 MCM 150^ 003 MCM 150^ 005

3 3 3

Tu,Th W Th

12:30-1:45p 1:00-3:45p 1:00-3:30p

I-106 E-303 E-303

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24

MCM 150^ 001

3

M

6:30-9:15p

I-106

Jan 28

ITALIAN Morning Elementary Italian I Evening * Elementary Italian II

MASS COMMUNICATION Morning Film History and Appreciation Film History and Appreciation Afternoon * Mass Communication Film History and Appreciation Film History and Appreciation Evening Film History and Appreciation

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

degrees (some restrictions apply)

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog.

HRT HRT

296 296

003 004

1 1

TBA TBA

-TBA -TBA

Jan 23 Jan 23

All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

MATHEMATICS Morning Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra

MAT 045 MAT 045 MAT 045

001 002 003

5 5 5

Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

045 045 045 045 045 055 055 055

004 005 006 014 015 001 002 003

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

* Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Quantitative Literacy * Quantitative Literacy * Liberal Arts Mathematics * Liberal Arts Mathematics * Liberal Arts Mathematics * College Algebra TI 83 * College Algebra TI 83 * College Algebra TI 83 * Pre-Calculus * Pre-Calculus * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Calculus & Analytic Geom II * Intro to Calc for Bus& Soc Sci * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics Afternoon Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Math For Meds

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

055 055 055 055 055 055 055 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 101^ 101^ 102^ 102^ 102^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 111^ 111^ 131^ 131^ 133^ 134^ 170^ 170^ 170^ 170^

004 005 016 017 018 019 020 003 001 002 004 005 006 015 016 017 018 001 002 001 002 003 001 002 004 001 002 001 004 001 001 001 002 003X 004

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

045 045 045 045 045 045 045 045 045 055 055 055 055 055 055 055 055 055 055 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 085 099

009 010 011 007 008 016 017 018 019 010 011 006 007 008 009 021 022 023 024 010 011 012 007 008 009 019 020 021 001

32

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M W F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M W F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F MTuWThF MTuWThF M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th MTuWThF MTuWThF M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th

8:00-9:25a 10:00-11:25a 10:00-11:55a 10:00-11:55a 10:00-11:55a 11:00-2:15p 11:00-12:25p 11:00-2:15p 9:00-11:15a 11:00-1:15p 8:00-9:50a 8:00-9:25a 10:00-12:55p 10:00-12:55p 10:00-12:55p 10:00-11:25a 11:00-1:55p 8:00-10:15a 9:30-11:45a 10:00-12:15p 11:00-1:15p 11:00-1:55p 8:00-9:25a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-11:25a 10:00-1:15p 11:00-12:25p 8:00-10:15a 8:00-10:55a 11:00-1:15p 11:00-1:55p 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 10:00-10:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 9:00-10:55a 11:00-12:25p 8:00-10:15a 8:00-9:25a 10:00-11:25a 7:25-8:50a 9:30-11:45a 10:00-10:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-12:15p 11:30-1:25p

F-310 F-302 E-307 E-143 F-208 J-113 E-306 E-320 F-308 E-307 E-320 F-315 R-315 R-211 M-135 F-116 J-113 E-320 E-313 T-159 E-320 E-218 F-312 E-202 F-205 E-202 G-307 E-201 E-141 E-201 E-141 M-142A F-311 G-307 I-109 E-303 F-315 F-313 I-109 G-309 M-127 M-127 F-304 M-142H F-111 E-148 E-316 E-309 E-303 F-111

Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 15

Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 20 Feb 20 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Feb 19 Ex

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1

M,W M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu

1:00-3:15p 2:00-4:15p 4:00-6:15p 1:00-2:55p 1:00-2:55p 12:30-2:45p 1:00-3:55p 1:00-3:15p 2:00-4:15p 12:30-3:30p 1:00-3:55p 12:00-1:25p 12:00-1:25p 2:00-3:25p 2:00-3:25p 12:00-2:15p 1:00-3:55p 1:00-3:15p 4:00-6:55p 1:00-3:55p 1:30-3:45p 2:00-4:15p 12:00-1:25p 12:00-1:55p 12:00-1:25p 12:00-2:15p 1:00-3:55p 1:30-3:45p 1:30-4:20p

F-120 M-127 E-314 E-305 E-218 F-308 F-207 E-305 F-302 E-310 F-302 E-148 E-304 E-202 F-207 E-313 E-203 F-109 F-303 F-313 F-306 E-135 G-313 E-202 F-315 F-105 F-312 E-141 E-303

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Feb 15 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 18 Feb 18 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 24 Feb 19 Feb 18 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 18 Jan 23 Jan 24 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 29 Ex

Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 11 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex

Course Title * Applied Inter Algebra * College Algebra TI 83 Technical Mathematics * Finite Mathematics * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Elementary Statistics Evening Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Quantitative Literacy * Liberal Arts Mathematics * Applied Inter Algebra * College Algebra TI 83 * College Algebra TI 83 * Pre-Calculus * Plane Trigonometry TI 83 * Math/Elemen School Teachers I * Finite Mathematics * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Calculus & Analytic Geom II * Intro to Calc for Bus& Soc Sci * Calculus & Analytic Geom III * Elementary Statistics * Differential Equations Off campus * Calculus & Analytic Geom I Weekend * Algebra & Geometry I Time to be announced * Linear Algebra Internet Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra Pre-Algebra * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry I * Algebra & Geometry II * Algebra & Geometry II * Liberal Arts Mathematics * Applied Inter Algebra * College Algebra TI 83 * College Algebra TI 83 * Math/Elemen Schl Teachers II * Finite Mathematics * Calculus & Analytic Geom I * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics * Elementary Statistics

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

103^ 110^ 122 124^ 131^ 170^

002 005 001 001 002 005

3 5 3 3 5 3

Tu Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W,F Tu,Th

12:00-2:45p 12:00-2:15p 4:00-5:55p 12:00-1:15p 12:00-1:25p 12:30-1:45p

F-305 E-316 E-209 F-115 F-304 F-115

Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

045 045 045 045 055 055 055 055 055 055 085

012 013 020 021 012 013 014 015 025 026 013

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

085 085 085 101^ 102^ 103^ 110^ 110^ 111^ 114^ 116^ 124^ 131^ 133^ 134^ 135^ 170^ 341^

014 022 023 003 004 001 003 006 003 001 001 002 003 002 002 001 006 001

5 5 5 3 3 3 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 5 5 3 3 3

6:00-8:55p 6:00-8:15p 6:00-8:55p 6:00-8:15p 5:00-7:15p 6:00-8:15p 6:30-9:30p 7:00-9:15p 6:00-8:55p 7:00-9:15p 6:00-8:55p 6:00-8:55p 7:00-9:15p 5:00-7:15p 6:30-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:30-8:45p 6:45-9:00p 6:30-8:45p 7:00-9:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:15p 6:00-8:40p 7:00-9:15p 6:30-9:15p 7:00-9:45p 6:00-8:45p

E-201 D-126 M-118 E-311 F-105 G-312 G-305 E-203 F-105 I-111 G-313 G-307 E-307 E-307 R-131 E-313 E-135 F-302 I-111 E-310 I-109 G-307 F-313 E-310 E-148 E-306 E-303 E-312 E-148 F-309

Feb 18 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 18 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 24 Feb 18

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu Th M M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Th W W M,W M,W Tu,Th Th Tu Tu

MAT 131^ 804X

5

MTuWThF 12:30-1:18p

OP-273 Jan 23

MAT 055

5

F Sa

E-309 E-309

Jan 25

E-226

Jan 23

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225 E-225

Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 11

11:00-11:50a 11:00-1:45p 11:00-1:45p 10:00-10:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-11:15a 11:00-11:50a 10:00-11:15a 10:00-12:45p 11:00-11:50a

J-203 J-203 J-118 J-203 J-205 J-112 J-205 J-112 J-205 J-112 J-112 J-205 J-203

Jan 24 Jan 25

12:00-12:50p J-112 12:00-1:15p J-112 2:00-3:15p J-112

027

MAT 224^ 001X

3

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 5 5 3 3 5 3 3 3

045 045 045 055 055 055 085 085 102^ 103^ 110^ 110^ 117^ 124^ 131^ 170^ 170^ 170^

070 071 072 070 071 072 070 071 070 070 070 072 070 070 070 070 071 072

6:00-8:15p 9:00-11:15a TBA

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 29

MUSIC Morning Rudiments of Theory Electronic Music Production * Theory of Music II Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music * Sight-Singing & Ear-Trng II Afternoon Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music

MUS 100^ 001 MUS 101^ 003

$16

2 3

MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS

$15

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1

Tu,Th F F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W

3 3 3

M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th

106^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 116^

001 001 002 003 004 005 006 009 010 001

MUS 110^ 007 MUS 110^ 011 MUS 110^ 012

$31

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Mar 26 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24


Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Record Production I

MUS 120^ 001

3

Record Production I

MUS 120^ 002

3

Record Production I * Improvisation I Music in America Record Production II * Ensemble

MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS

* Ensemble * Ensemble Evening Electronic Music Production

MUS 253^ 002 MUS 253^ 003

Listening to Music Listening to Music Choral Ensemble * Jazz Band Time to be announced * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Instrumental MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Piano MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Piano MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Voice MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Voice MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Voice MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Applied Music-Voice MEETING TIME 1ST WEEK ONLY * Concert Band

120^ 200^ 216^ 220^ 253^

003X 001 001 001 001X

$20

3 2 3 3 1

$20 $20

1 1

$25

Starting Date

Time

Loc.

W W Tu Tu Tu Th W Th M,W M,W Tu Th

3:00-5:45p 3:00-5:45p 3:00-5:45p 3:00-5:45p 3:00-5:45p 4:00-6:55p 3:00-5:45p 4:00-6:55p 1:00-1:50p 1:00-1:50p 2:00-3:50p 2:00-3:50p

J-203 J-118 J-203 J-118 J-203 J-205 I-109 J-203 J-211 J-112 J-205 J-205

W W W Th Tu Th

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:30p 7:00-9:30p

J-118 J-203 J-112 J-112 J-112 J-205

Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24

Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24

Internet Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Listening to Music Intro to Music History Intro to Music History

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS

110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 110^ 215^ 215^

070 071 073 074X 075 070 071X

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Time

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Morning * Instrumentation in Nuclear Med NUM 140^ 001X

5

Tu,Th 8:30-9:45a Tu,Th 9:45-11:25a NUM 155 001X 2 W 9:45-10:35a * Patient Care-Nuclear Medicine Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: NUM 155 A01X W 8:00-9:40a * Patient Care-Nuclear Medicine * Patient Care-Nuclear Medicine NUM 155 A02X W 10:45-12:25p

3

MUS MUS MUS MUS

$65 $65

3 3 1 1

MUS 179^ 002

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 003

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 004

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 005

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

NURSE ASSISTANT

MUS 179^ 012

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

Morning * Basic Nurse Assistant

MUS 179^ 013

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 017

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 018

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 019

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 020

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 023

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 024

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 026

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 027

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 028

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 029

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 030

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 031

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 032

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

Evening * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 050X $118 6 Tu,Th 5:15-9:25p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 A01X Sa 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 A02X Sa 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 A03X Sa 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 A04X Sa 7:00-3:00p

MUS 179^ 033

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

* Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz

MUS 179^ 034

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 035

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 036

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 179^ 037

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 180^ 001

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

Schedule Codes

MUS 180^ 005

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

*

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

008 013 001 001

Afternoon * Nuclear Med Procedures III * Nuclear Medicine Pharmacy II * Prin of CT for Nuclear Medicine Off campus * Applied Nuclear Med Tech IV

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 181^ 002

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

MUS 181^ 003

$303

2

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

NUM 280^ 001X NUM 282^ 001X NUM 285 001X

Starting Date

J-218 J-218 J-218 J-218 ON-TBA J-218 J-218

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23

F-107 F-107 F-107

Jan 24 Jan 23

F-107 F-107

Jan 23 Jan 23

Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24

NUM 281^ 001X

NAS

NAS NAS

NAS

100

002X

Tu,Th Tu Tu,Th

12:30-1:45p 1:45-3:25p 1:45-2:35p

F-107 F-107 F-307

$80

4

M,W,F

8:00-2:35p

HJ-TBA Jan 23

$118

6

W 10:00-2:10p W 10:00-2:10p Tu 10:00-2:10p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 C01X Th 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 C02X Th 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 C03X Th 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 C04X Th 7:00-3:00p * Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz * Nurse Asst: Care Patients-Alz

NAS

100

3 2 1

W 10:00-2:10p F 10:00-2:10p 10:00-2:10p F Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 B01X M 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 B02X M 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant NAS 100 B03X M 7:00-3:00p * Basic Nurse Assistant

MUS 181^ 001

Loc.

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY

MUS 101^ 001 110^ 110^ 262^ 266^

Jan 23

Course Title

101 101

101

003X

$118

002X 003X

050X

6

1 1

1

M,W,F Tu W Th

Tu,Th Sa

10:00-2:40p 10:00-2:40p 10:00-2:40p 10:00-12:00n

5:15-9:55p 9:00-11:00a

G-214 G-304 G-306

Jan 30

HT-BHB Feb 11 HN-NOR Feb 11 HJ-TBA Feb 11 G-304 G-306 G-311

Jan 29

HA-EEC Feb 21 HN-NOR Feb 21 HJ-TBA Feb 21 HT-BHB Feb 21 M-142C Apr 19 Ex G-313 Apr 17 Ex G-118 G-312 G-118

Jan 29

HA-EEC HJ-TBA HY-VIL HT-BHB

Feb Feb Feb Feb

G-312 G-312

Apr 18 Ex

2 2 2 2

degrees (some restrictions apply)

MUS 181^ 004

$153

1

TBA

J-218

Jan 23

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

MUS 250^ 001X

$65

1

TBA

ON-TBA Jan 23

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

M,Tu,Th 8:30-10:50a F 8:00-1:00p NUR 130^ 002X $426.75 4 M 9:00-11:30a W 10:30-1:15p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: NUR 130^ B01X Tu 8:00-10:50a * Promoting Adaptation I 2:30-5:20p W Th,F 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation I NUR 130^ B02X Tu 8:00-10:50a 2:30-5:20p W Th,F 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation I NUR 130^ B03X Tu 8:00-10:50a W 2:30-5:20p 7:00-11:40a Sa,Su * Promoting Adaptation I

NUR 095

001X

NUR 130^ 001X

$65

1

M 9:00-11:30a 12:00-2:45p Th Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: NUR 130^ A01X Tu,W 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation I M 12:30-3:30p 8:00-10:50a Th NUR 130^ A02X Tu,W 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation I 12:30-3:30p M Th 8:00-10:50a * Promoting Adaptation I NUR 130^ A03X Sa,Su 7:00-11:40a 12:30-3:30p M 8:00-10:50a Th * Promoting Adaptation II

NUR 135

001X

$511

5

M 10:00-12:15p Th 9:00-11:15a Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ A01X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ A02X W,Th 3:00-8:50p * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ A03X Sa,Su 7:00-12:50p * Pharmacology in Nursing I Meets 7 Weeks * Pharmacology in Nursing I * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II

NUR 145^ 001X

$511

5

M 9:00-11:15a Th 12:00-2:45p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Promoting Adaptation II NUR 135 A01X Tu,W 7:00-11:40a M 12:30-2:30p Th 8:30-10:30a * Promoting Adaptation II NUR 135 A02X Tu,W 7:00-11:40a M 12:30-2:30p Th 8:30-10:30a * Promoting Adaptation II NUR 135 A03X Sa,Su 7:00-11:40a M 12:30-2:30p Th 8:30-10:30a * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I

NUR 135

002X

$426.75 4

M 9:00-11:15a 10:30-1:15p W Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: NUR 135 B01X Tu 8:00-10:00a * Promoting Adaptation II W 2:30-4:30p Th,F 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation II NUR 135 B02X Tu 8:00-10:00a 2:30-4:30p W Th,F 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation II NUR 135 B03X Tu 8:00-10:00a W 2:30-4:30p Sa,Su 7:00-11:40a * Promoting Adaptation II

NUR 146

$388.25 5

001X

1

NUR 146 002X NUR 155^ 001X

1 $388.25 5

G-306 Jan 23 G-306 HJ-TBA G-304 Jan 23 G-304 HJ-TBA G-304 Jan 23 G-304 HJ-TBA

* Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ 001X $290 4 Th 9:30-11:55a F 9:00-11:25a Meets 6 Weeks Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ A01X M,F 3:00-9:45p Meets 6 Weeks Tu,W 2:00-8:45p M,Tu,W 7:00-1:45p * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ A02X Meets 6 Weeks * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ A03X M,Tu,W 2:00-9:45p Meets 6 Weeks

G-118 G-312

4 Th 9:30-11:55a * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ 002X $290 Meets 6 Weeks F 9:00-11:25a Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Tu,W 3:00-9:45p * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ B01X Meets 6 Weeks M,Tu 7:00-1:45p * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ B02X Tu,W 7:00-1:45p Meets 6 Weeks Tu,W 3:00-9:45p Tu,W 7:00-1:45p * Pro Adp:Chldbear/Chldrear Fam NUR 245^ B03X

HJ-TBA Jan 24 G-306 G-306 HJ-TBA Jan 24 G-306 G-306 HJ-TBA Jan 24 G-304 G-304 G-214 G-309

Mar 25

G-306 Mar 25 G-306 HJ-TBA G-304 Mar 25 G-304 HJ-TBA G-306 Mar 25 G-306 HJ-TBA

HJ-TBA Mar 25 G-306 G-306 HJ-TBA Mar 25 G-306 G-306 HJ-TBA Mar 25 G-304 G-304

* Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ 001X $158.50 2 MTuWF 8:30-10:20a 4/23,4/24,4/25,5/07,5/11 Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ A01X M,Tu,W 7:00-3:30p 4/30,5/1,5/2,5/8,5/09 * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ A02X M,Tu,W 7:00-3:30p 4/30,5/1,5/2,5/8,5/09 * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ A03X M,Tu,W 7:00-3:30p 4/30,5/01,5/02,5/08,5/09 * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ A04X M,Tu,W 7:00-3:30p

E-305 G-311

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA Jan 28

Jan 28 Mar 25

* Pharmacology in Nursing II NUR 156 001X Meets 7 Weeks * Pharmacology in Nursing II NUR 156 002 * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ 001X

G-309

Mar 25

G-309 E-302 E-302

Mar 25 Mar 25

1 4

M 9:00-10:50a $290 M 9:30-11:20a Tu 2:00-3:50p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ A01X Tu,F 4:30-9:50p Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ A02X Th,F 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ A03X Th,F 4:30-9:50p Th,F 7:00-1:45p

* Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ 001X $290 4 M,W 11:00-1:25p Meets 6 Weeks Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: M,F 7:00-7:00p * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ B01X Meets 6 Weeks * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ B02X Th,Sa 7:00-7:00p Meets 6 Weeks Sa,Su 7:00-7:00p * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ B03X

Mar 25

G-313 G-214

G-309 G-311 G-312

7:00-8:50a

4

4 M,W 11:00-1:25p * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ 002X $290 Meets 6 Weeks Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: Th,F 7:00-7:00p * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ A01X Meets 6 Weeks * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ A02X Th,F 7:00-1:45p Meets 6 Weeks * Pro Adp:Acute Health Problems NUR 255^ A03X Sa,Su 7:00-7:00p Meets 6 Weeks

M 9:00-10:50a M 11:00-1:40p Tu 10:00-12:40p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ A01X W,Th 7:00-12:50p * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ A02X Tu,W 3:00-9:50p * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ A03X Sa,Su 7:00-12:50p M

7:00-8:50a

Jan 24

$290

Time

G-214 Jan 24 ON-TBA G-311 Jan 23 G-309

Jan 28

1

M

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

M 10:00-11:50a 2:00-4:50p Tu Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ B01X Tu,F 4:30-9:50p 7:00-12:50p Tu,W Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ B02X Th,F 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ B03X

G-311

34

Course No.

* Promo Adapt:Psychosocial&RehabNUR 235^ 002X

NURSING Morning Strategies for NCLEX Success 1/30,2/06,2/13,2/20,3/02 * Promoting Adaptation I

Course Title

HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25

* Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ 002X $158.50 2 MTuWF 11:00-12:50p 4/23,4/24,4/25,5/07,5/11 Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ B01X Th,F 7:00-3:30p 4/26,4/27,5/3,5/4,5/10 * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ B02X Th,F 7:00-3:30p 4/26,4/27,5/3,5/4,5/10 * Leadershp-Mngmnt Patient Care NUR 290^ B03X Th,F 7:00-3:30p 4/26,4/27,5/3,5/4,5/10 Afternoon * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ 002X $388.25 5 M,Tu 2:00-4:25p Meets 7 Weeks Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ B01X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p Meets 7 Weeks Th 11:00-1:50p * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ B02X Th,F 7:00-12:50p Meets 7 Weeks W 5:15-8:05p * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ B03X Th,F 7:00-12:50p Meets 7 Weeks Tu 11:00-1:50p * Nurs Care, Ind W/Rec Adp Prb I NUR 145^ B04X Sa,Su 7:00-12:50p Tu 11:00-1:50p

HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.

Loc. G-307 G-214

Starting Date Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA Jan 28 G-203 G-203

Jan 24

HJ-TBA Jan 24 HJ-TBA HJ-TBA Jan 24 HJ-TBA Jan 24

G-203 G-203

Mar 28

HJ-TBA Mar 28 HJ-TBA HJ-TBA Mar 28 HJ-TBA HJ-TBA Mar 28 F-207

Jan 23

HJ-TBA Jan 23 HJ-TBA Jan 23 HJ-TBA Jan 23 F-207

Mar 4

HJ-TBA Mar 4 HJ-TBA Mar 4 HJ-TBA Mar 4

ON-TBA Mar 25

HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 ON-TBA Mar 25

HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25

G-309

Jan 28

HJ-TBA G-306 HJ-TBA G-306 HJ-TBA G-304 HJ-TBA G-306

Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 28


Course Title * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

NUR 155^ 002X

$388.25 5

Time

M 12:00-2:25p 2:00-4:20p Tu Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ B01X Tu,F 7:00-12:50p W 5:30-8:20p Meets 7 Weeks Th,F 7:00-1:15p * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ B02X Tu 11:00-1:50p Meets 7 Weeks * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ B03X Sa,Su 7:00-12:50p Meets 7 Weeks Tu 11:00-1:50p Sa,Su 7:00-12:50p * Nur Care,Ind W/Rec Apt Prob II NUR 155^ B04X 11:00-1:50p Tu * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225

M 1:00-2:50p 2:00-3:50p Tu Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 A01X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 A02X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p Th,F 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 A03X * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225

001X

002X

$290

$290

4

Starting Date

G-312 G-309

Mar 25

HJ-TBA G-304 HJ-TBA G-306 HJ-TBA G-306 HJ-TBA G-306

Mar 25

G-312 G-312

Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25

Jan 28

HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA Jan 28 HJ-TBA Jan 28

M 1:00-2:50p 2:00-3:50p Tu Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 B01X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 B02X Tu,W 7:00-12:50p * Promo Adapt:Chronic HTH Prob NUR 225 B03X Th,F 7:00-12:50p

HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25 HJ-TBA Mar 25

Internet * Prof Nursing Career Development NUR 285^ 070X * Prof Nursing Career Development NUR 285^ 071X

G-218 G-218

$27 $27

4

Loc.

2 2

INTERNET INTERNET

E-303 E-303

Mar 25

Jan 23 Jan 23

OPHTHALMIC TECHNICIAN Morning OPH 113^ 001X $50 2 Th 10:20-11:10a G-209 Ophthalmic Dispensing I Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: OPH 113^ A01X Th 8:30-10:10a G-209 Ophthalmic Dispensing I OPH 113^ A02X Th 11:15-12:50p G-209 Ophthalmic Dispensing I OPH 120^ 001X $50 2 Tu 11:40-1:30p * Basic Visual Examination Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Basic Visual Examination OPH 120^ A01X Tu 7:35-11:30a * Basic Visual Examination OPH 120^ A02X Tu 1:35-5:35p

Jan 29 Ex

G-209 G-209

Jan 29 Ex Jan 29 Ex

G-209

Mar 26 Ex

G-209 G-209

Mar 26 Ex Mar 26 Ex

G-209

Jan 28 Ex

G-209

Jan 28 Ex

11:00-12:50p G-209 8:00-9:40a G-209

Mar 25 Ex Jan 23

9:45-11:30a

G-209

Jan 23

Jan 23 Jan 28

* Ocular Motility Examination OPH 123^ 001X $45 2 M 8:00-10:10a Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Ocular Motility Examination OPH 123^ A01X M 10:15-1:45p

Afternoon * Ocular Pharmacology * Ophthalmic Therapeutic Proc Off campus * Practicum II

OPH 130^ 001X OPH 243^ 001X OPH 240^ 001X

Jan 24 Jan 24

G-209

* Visual Field Examination OPH 121^ 001X $45 2 Tu 11:40-1:30p Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Visual Field Examination OPH 121^ A01X Tu 7:35-11:30a * Visual Field Examination OPH 121^ A02X Tu 1:35-5:35p

* OPH Seminar II OPH 241^ 001X 1 M * Advanced Opthalmic Procedures OPH 244^ 001 $79 3 W Students in the above class must enroll in the following section: * Advanced Opthalmic Procedures OPH 244^ A01 W

Jan 24

$30

2 3

W M

12:30-2:10p 2:00-4:30p

G-209 G-209

$60

3

Tu,Th

9:00-4:00p

HJ-TBA Jan 24

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:00-11:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:00-10:15a 11:00-12:15p

F-115 M-124 F-205 E-306 F-311 E-306 R-314 M-118 J-113 E-209 E-303 F-102 E-304 M-118 F-207 F-312

Course Title World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions Afternoon Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Logic Ethics Ethics Social & Political Philosophy World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions Evening Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Ethics World Religions World Religions World Religions Weekend World Religions Internet Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Logic Ethics Ethics Ethics World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions World Religions

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Course No.

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^

001 002 003 004 010X 011 012

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 11:30-12:15p

E-308 E-304 E-203 F-105 E-135 F-102 E-311

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 103^ 103^ 104^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^

005 004 009 001 009 010 001 007 013 014 016

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W,F Tu,Th M,W,F Tu,Th Th M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Th

1:00-3:45p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-1:45p 4:00-6:45p 4:00-6:45p 1:00-2:15p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 4:00-6:45p

E-309 E-302 E-310 F-116 I-109 E-306 E-307 F-312 D-125 F-311 E-202

Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

101^ 101^ 101^ 103^ 105^ 105^ 105^

006 011 010 011 008 009 015

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W Tu Tu,Th Th M W Tu

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 6:00-8:45p

J-101 E-312 F-211 E-302 F-116 G-203 G-203

Jan 23 Jan 29 Mar 26 Ex Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29

PHL

105^ 017

3

Sa

9:00-11:45a

D-126

Jan 26

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

101^ 101^ 102^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^ 105^

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101

Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Feb 21 Jan 23 Jan 23

070 071 070 070 072 073 070 071 072 073 074 075

Ex

Ex

Ex Ex

Ex

HEALTH, SPORT, & EXERCISE SCIENCE Morning Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions

PED PED PED PED

101^ 101^ 101^ 106^

001 002 003 001

$8 $8 $8 $28

1 1 1 1

M,W M,W Tu,Th M,W

10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 6:00-6:50a

R-229 R-229 R-229 R-101

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23

PED

106^ 002

$28

1

M,W

7:00-7:50a

R-101

Jan 23

PED

106^ 003

$28

1

M,W

8:00-8:50a

R-101

Jan 23

PED

106^ 004

$28

1

M,W

9:00-9:50a

R-101

Jan 23

PED

106^ 005

$28

1

M,W

10:00-10:50a

R-101

Jan 23

PED

106^ 006

$28

1

M,W

11:00-11:50a

R-101

Jan 23

PHILOSOPHY & LOGIC Morning Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Intro to Philosophy Logic Ethics Ethics Ethics Ethics Ethics Ethics Ethics Ethics World Religions World Religions

PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL PHL

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 102^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 103^ 105^ 105^

001 002 003 007 008 002 004 005 001 002 003 006 007 008 005 006

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23

Schedule Codes *

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

degrees (some restrictions apply)

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Course Title

Course No.

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

Health, Sport, & Exercise Science (continued) PED 106^ 014 $28 1 Tu,Th Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions PED 106^ 015 $28 1 Tu,Th Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 016 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions PED 106^ 017 $28 1 Tu,Th Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 018 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions PED 108^ 001 $32 1 M,W Swimming for Fitness Swimming for Fitness PED 108^ 002 $32 1 Tu,Th PED 115^ 001 $19 1 Tu,Th * Aquacize III PED 120^ 001 $10 1 Tu,Th Personal Defense Activities The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Theory & Practice Weight Trng PED 168^ 001 $28 2 Tu,Th Tu,Th 3 M,W Introduction to Sport Mangemnt PED 195^ 001 PED 200^ 001 3 M,W Introduction to Biomechanics Afternoon Hatha Yoga PED 101^ 004 $8 1 Tu,Th PED 101^ 005 $8 1 Tu,Th Hatha Yoga PED 102^ 001 1 M,W Kundalini Yoga Kundalini Yoga PED 102^ 002 1 M,W Beginning Karate PED 103^ 001 $16 1 Tu,Th PED 106^ 007 $28 1 M,W Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 008 $28 1 M,W Must Attend First 4 Sessions PED 106^ 009 $28 1 M,W Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 010 $28 1 M,W Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 019 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 020 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions PED 106^ 021 $28 1 Tu,Th Total Fitness - Open Entry Must Attend First 4 Sessions Walking for Fitness PED 117^ 001 $10 1 Tu,Th Tu,Th Volleyball PED 129^ 001 $11 1 Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Basketball PED 130^ 001 $11 1 M,W Sociology of Sport PED 197^ 001 3 Tu,Th Sports Officiating PED 201^ 001 $9 2 M,W The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Evening Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 011 $28 1 M,W Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 012 $28 1 M,W Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 013 $28 1 M,W Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 022 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions Total Fitness - Open Entry PED 106^ 023 $28 1 Tu,Th Must Attend First 4 Sessions Aquacize I PED 113^ 001 $32 1 M,W Zumba Fitness PED 124^ 001 $9 1 Tu,Th Baseball PED 158^ 001X $10 2 M,W,F M,W,F The above course is usually offered spring term only; plan accordingly. Weekend * Water Safety Instructor PED 189^ 001 2 F F Su Lifeguarding PED 198^ 001 $53 1 Su Su Lifeguarding PED 198^ 002 $53 1 Su Su Time to be announced * Sport & Exercise Sci Pract PED 230 001X 1 Internet Foundations of Exercise PED 153^ 070 3 Principles of Coaching PED 194^ 070 3 Introduction to Sport Mangemnt PED 195^ 070 3 Sport & Exercise Psychology PED 196^ 070 3

36

Course Title

Lab Sem. Fee Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

M,W,F

9:00-10:25a

I-102

Jan 23

M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th $112.50

11:00-12:50p 11:00-12:50p 9:00-12:15p 9:00-12:15p 4

D-305 D-132 D-125 D-132 M,W

Jan 23

Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F

1:00-3:45p 1:00-3:45p 12:00-2:15p 12:00-2:15p

D-132 D-207 F-303 D-128

Jan 24

Tu Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:30-9:45p 6:30-9:45p

D-132 D-312 D-124 D-128

PHYSICAL SCIENCE Morning Science of Light and Music

7:00-7:50a

R-101

Jan 24

8:00-8:50a

R-101

Jan 24

9:00-9:50a

R-101

Jan 24

PHYSICS

10:00-10:50a

R-101

Jan 24

Morning * General Physics

11:00-11:50a

R-101

11:00-11:50a 7:00-8:00a 9:00-9:50a 11:00-11:50a

R-POL R-POL R-POL R-309

10:00-11:25a 10:00-11:25a 8:00-9:15a 11:00-12:15p

R-319 Jan 24 R-101A R-207 Jan 23 R-207 Jan 23

12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 12:00-12:50p 2:00-3:15p 12:00-12:50p 12:00-12:50p

R-229 R-229 R-229 R-229 R-104A R-101

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Feb 20 Jan 24 Jan 23

1:00-1:50p

R-101

Jan 23

2:00-3:05p

R-101

Feb 18

3:10-4:15p

R-101

Feb 18

12:00-12:50p R-101

Jan 24

1:00-1:50p

R-101

Jan 24

2:00-3:05p

R-101

Feb 19

12:00-12:50p 12:00-12:50p 1:00-1:50p 1:00-1:50p 1:00-1:50p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-3:30p 1:00-2:15p

R-104A R-104B R-200 R-200A R-200B R-200 R-207 R-200

Jan 24

Jan 23 Jan 24 Ex Jan 23

5:00-5:50p

R-101

Jan 23

6:00-6:50p

R-101

Jan 23

7:00-7:50p

R-101

Jan 23

5:00-5:50p

R-101

Jan 24

6:00-6:50p

R-101

Jan 24

5:00-5:50p 6:30-7:20p 5:00-5:50p 5:00-5:50p

R-POL Jan 23 R-229 Jan 24 R-104B Jan 23 R-131

4:00-6:30p 6:30-9:30p 7:00-8:50a 9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p 9:00-4:00p

R-217 R-POL R-POL R-POL R-217 R-POL R-217

Apr 5 Ex

TBA

R-202I

Jan 23

R-202D R-202D ON-TBA OF-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

Course No.

PHS

142^ 001

$65

4

PHY

100^ 001

$107.50 4

Jan 24

* Gen Phys (Elec,Magnt,Opt&Mod) PHY

102^ 001

$107.50 5

Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 24

PHY 107^ 001 * Gen Phys(Elec,Magnt&Thermodyn) 10:45a D-125 Jan 23 Afternoon PHY 100^ 002 $107.50 4 * General Physics * Gen Phys (Mech,Heat,Snd)

PHY

101^ 001

$107.50 5

Evening * General Physics

PHY

100^ 003

$107.50 4

* Gen Phys (Elec,Magnt,Opt&Mod) PHY

102^ 002

$107.50 5

Jan 24 8:00-

Jan 23

Jan 24 Jan 24

POLITICAL SCIENCE Morning American National Politics American National Politics American National Politics American National Politics American National Politics Global Politics Afternoon American National Politics American State & Urban Politic Evening American National Politics American National Politics Global Politics Internet American National Politics

PSC PSC PSC PSC PSC PSC

150^ 150^ 150^ 150^ 150^ 184^

001 002 003 005 006 002

3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p

F-102 E-135 F-315 E-307 F-102 F-115

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

PSC PSC

150^ 007 151^ 001

3 3

Tu,Th Tu,Th

12:30-3:15p 12:30-1:45p

F-206 F-303

Mar 26 Ex Jan 24

PSC PSC PSC

150^ 004 150^ 008 184^ 001

3 3 3

M Tu W

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:55p

E-304 E-304 E-320

Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 23

PSC

150^ 070

3

INTERNET

D-107

Jan 23

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 105^ 201^ 201^ 205^ 216^ 216^ 234^ 238^

005 006 001 002 003 004 016 017 024 018 001 001 003 001 072 073 001 002

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Th Tu,Th M,W M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu Tu Tu,Th Tu,Th

10:00-11:15a 11:00-12:15p 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p

F-208 F-311 F-116 F-116 F-115 F-307 E-302 F-116 F-305 F-315 F-312 F-307 E-201 F-304 F-303 F-303 F-115 F-306

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 19 Feb 19 Jan 24 Jan 24

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 201^ 210^ 210^ 228^ 238^ 250^

013 007 008 009 010 011 022 019 025 002 001 002 002 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W Tu Tu,Th Th W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W Tu,Th

2:00-4:45p 12:00-1:15p 12:00-2:45p 1:00-2:15p 2:00-3:15p 3:30-4:45p 1:00-3:45p 12:30-1:45p 1:00-3:45p 1:00-3:45p 12:00-1:15p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 2:00-3:15p

F-311 F-307 F-309 E-313 E-304 E-201 F-309 F-116 J-204 E-203 F-109 F-315 F-313 F-109 E-135

Jan 28 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24

100^ 014 100^ 012

3 3

M M,W

7:00-9:45p 5:00-6:15p

J-101 E-202

Jan 28 Jan 23

Jan 24

PSYCHOLOGY

Feb 3 Ex Apr 14 Ex

Morning Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Personal Applications of Psy PSY Intro to Social Psychology PSY Intro to Social Psychology PSY * positive Psychology PSY Child Psychology PSY Child Psychology PSY * Abnormal Child&Adolescence PSYPSY * Abnormal Psychology PSY Afternoon Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Social Psychology PSY Psychology of Personality PSY Psychology of Personality PSY Psy of Adulthood & Aging PSY * Abnormal Psychology PSY * Psychology of Gender PSY Evening Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


Course Title

Sem. Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

015 023 020 021 026 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

W Tu Tu,Th Tu,Th Th W W

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 5:00-6:15p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

E-313 D-312 R-314 F-207 E-201 F-116 G-204

Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 24 Mar 26 Ex Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23

100^ 027

3

Sa

9:00-11:45a

F-315

Jan 26

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 105^ 201^ 205^ 207^ 216^ 216^ 222^ 222^ 228^ 234^ 238^

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET 1:00-3:45p INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-116 ON-TBA D-101 D-101 G-312 D-101 D-101 ON-TBA ON-TBA

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Feb 18 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 26 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

F-110 F-110

Jan 25 Jan 28

F-110 F-110 F-110

Jan 28 Jan 28 Jan 28

F-110

Jan 23

F-110 F-110 F-110

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

F-110 F-110

Jan 25 Jan 24

F-110 F-110 F-110

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

Course No.

PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology PSY PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Child Psychology Psy of Adulthood & Aging PSY Weekend PSY Intro to Psychology Internet Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology Intro to Psychology PSY Intro to Psychology PSY PSY Intro to Psychology PSY Personal Applications of Psy Intro to Social Psychology PSY * positive Psychology PSY PSY * Health Psychology PSY Child Psychology Child Psychology PSY PSY Adolescent Psychology PSY Adolescent Psychology PSY Psy of Adulthood & Aging * Abnormal Child&Adolescence PSYPSY * Abnormal Psychology PSY

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 216^ 228^

Phone Lab Code Fee

070 071 072 073 074 075 076 070 070 070 070 070 071 071 070 070 070 070

Tu

Starting Date

Course Title

Ex Ex Ex

Ex Ex Ex

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY Morning RAS 117^ 001X $52 2 F 8:00-9:50a * Fundamentals of Radiation I RAS 122^ 001X $97 2 M 9:30-10:50a * Rad Anatomy/Positioning II Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: RAS 122^ A01X M 11:00-11:50a * Rad Anatomy/Positioning II * Rad Anatomy/Positioning II RAS 122^ A02X M 12:00-12:50p RAS 122^ A03X M 1:00-1:50p * Rad Anatomy/Positioning II RAS 124^ 001X $104 2 W 9:30-10:50a * Radiation Instrumentation Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Radiation Instrumentation RAS 124^ A01X W 11:00-11:50a * Radiation Instrumentation RAS 124^ A02X W 12:00-12:50p * Radiation Instrumentation RAS 124^ A03X W 1:00-1:50p Radiological Health RAS 125^ 001X 2 F 10:30-12:20p * Rad Anatomy & Positioning IV RAS 242^ 001X $101 2 Th 8:00-9:20a Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Rad Anatomy & Positioning IV RAS 242^ A01X Th 9:30-10:20a * Rad Anatomy & Positioning IV RAS 242^ A02X Th 10:30-11:20p * Rad Anatomy & Positioning IV RAS 242^ A03X Th 11:30-12:20p Afternoon Radiologic Seminar Off campus * Applied Radiologic Tech II * Applied Radiologic Tech VI

RAS

278^ 001

RAS RAS

160^ 001X 290^ 001X

$27 $27

3

Th

12:30-3:30p

F-110

Jan 24

3 6

Tu,Th MTuWF

7:00-3:20p 7:00-3:20p

HJ-TBA Jan 24 HJ-TBA Jan 23

SOCIAL SCIENCE Morning Contemporary Society Afternoon Contemporary Society Evening Contemporary Society Contemporary Society Internet Contemporary Society Contemporary Society

Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Social Work Human Sexuality * Racial & Cultural Minorities Afternoon Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage Social Problems Human Sexuality Sociology of Leadership Evening Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Introduction to Social Work Internet Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage * Soc Ptrns of Crtshp & Marriage Social Problems Social Problems Human Sexuality

Sem. Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 175^ 180^ 225^

016 017 002 002 001

3 3 3 3 3

Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 8:00-9:15a 11:00-12:15p

G-305 F-208 D-126 F-116 F-307

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 120^ 131^ 180^ 210^

009 010 008 018 019 022 001 001 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W Tu,Th

12:00-1:15p 2:00-3:15p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 4:00-6:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p

N-200 F-315 J-101 F-102 F-115 F-205 F-205 F-102 F-311 E-310

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 131^ 175^

011 012 021 020 002 001

3 3 3 3 3 3

M W Tu Tu,Th Tu,Th W

7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 6:00-8:45p 6:00-8:45p 7:00-9:45p

F-310 F-207 F-310 R-309 J-204 F-306

Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29 Mar 26 Ex Mar 26 Ex Jan 23

SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 120^ 120^ 131^ 131^ 180^

070 071 072 073 074 075 070 071 070 071 070

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101 D-101

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Feb 19 Jan 23

SPN SPN SPN

101^ 002 101^ 003 101^ 005

$14 $14 $14

4 4 4

M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W

8:00-9:50a 11:00-12:50p 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 10:00-11:50a 10:00-11:50a

E-135 E-313 E-135 E-135 E-141 E-145

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24

M,W F Tu,Th M,W F

12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p 12:00-1:50p

E-135 E-145 E-135 E-135 E-145

M Tu Th

6:00-9:40p 6:00-9:40p 6:00-9:40p

E-135 E-145 E-141

Morning Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I * Elementary Spanish II * Intermediate Spanish I Afternoon Elementary Spanish I

SPN SPN

102^ 002 103^ 001

$14

4 4

SPN

101^ 001

$14

4

Elementary Spanish I * Elementary Spanish II

SPN SPN

101^ 006 102^ 001

$14 $14

4 4

Evening Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I

SPN SPN

101^ 004 101^ 007

$14 $14

4 4

SPN

115^ 001X

$14

4

SPN SPN SPN

101^ 070 101^ 071 102^ 070

$14 $14 $14

4 4 4

Time to be announced * Spanish for Heritage Speaker I Internet Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I * Elementary Spanish II

TBA INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

SSC

190^ 002

3

Tu,Th

11:00-12:15p F-313

Jan 24

SSC

190^ 003

3

Tu,Th

12:30-1:45p

F-302

Jan 24

SSC SSC

190^ 001 190^ 004

3 3

M,W Th

6:00-8:45p 7:00-9:45p

M-124 E-305

Mar 25 Ex Jan 24

Schedule Codes

SSC SSC

190^ 070 190^ 071

3 3

D-100 D-100

Jan 23 Jan 23

*

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

INTERNET INTERNET

Ex Ex Ex Ex Ex

SPANISH

SOCIOLOGY Morning Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology

Phone Lab Code Fee

Course No.

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 24 Mar 25 Ex

Jan 28 Mar 26 Ex

ON-TBA Jan 23 E-103 E-103 E-103

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

degrees (some restrictions apply) SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC

100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^ 100^

001 002 003 004 005 006 007 013 014 015

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a

F-311 I-109 F-109 J-113 F-315 D-125 E-218 F-312 F-310 E-303

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Course Title

Phone Lab Code Fee

Course No.

Sem. Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

Course Title

SPEECH/THEATER Morning Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Introduction to Theatre Introduction to Theatre Introduction to Theatre Acting I Afternoon Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Interpersonal Communication * Fundamentals of Acting II Evening Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Acting I Weekend Prin of Effective Speaking Internet Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Prin of Effective Speaking Introduction to Theatre

Phone Lab Code Fee

Course No.

Sem. Hrs. Day

Time

Loc.

Starting Date

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 130^ 130^ 130^ 161^

010 011 012 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 023 024 025 026 027 028 001 002 003 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W

10:00-11:15a 10:00-11:15a 11:00-12:15p 8:00-8:50a 8:00-8:50a 9:00-9:50a 9:00-9:50a 10:00-10:50a 10:00-10:50a 11:00-11:50a 11:00-11:50a 8:00-9:15a 9:30-10:45a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p 10:00-10:50a 9:30-10:45a 11:00-12:15p 11:00-12:15p

J-204 J-214 J-202 J-210 J-202 J-210 J-202 J-202 J-210 J-210 F-115 J-210 J-210 J-214 J-210 J-202 M-130 E-312 J-204 I-106 J-212

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 23

SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 111^ 162^

013 014X 015 021 016 017 009 029 030 031 032 033 034 001 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W W M,W M,W M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

12:00-1:15p 12:30-1:45p 1:00-2:15p 1:00-3:45p 2:00-3:15p 3:00-5:45p 12:00-12:50p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p 2:00-3:15p 3:00-4:15p 4:30-5:45p 12:30-1:45p 12:30-1:45p

I-106 J-202 J-210 J-204 J-202 J-101 J-210 J-210 J-202 E-201 E-307 J-210 J-210 F-304 J-212

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Ex Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24

SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 161^

020 018 019 022 036 035 037 002

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

M M,W M,W W Tu Tu,Th Th W

7:00-9:45p 5:30-6:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p 6:00-8:45p 7:00-9:45p 7:00-9:45p

J-210 J-202 J-202 J-204 F-315 E-205 F-306 J-212

Jan 28 Jan 23 Mar 25 Ex Jan 23 Jan 29 Mar 26 Ex Jan 24 Jan 23

SPE

101^ 038

3

Sa

10:00-12:45p F-102

SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE SPE

101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 101^ 130^

3 3 3 3 3 3

070 071 072 073 074 070

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

R-215B R-215B J-218 J-218 ON-TBA R-215

Morning * Surgical Procedures II SRT 130^ 001X 3 F 8:00-1:20p * Surgical Procedures III SRT 140^ 001X 3 F 8:00-1:20p Afternoon SRT 110^ 001X $75 7 W 12:00-12:50p * Intro to Surgical Technology Students in the above class must enroll in one of the following sections: * Intro to Surgical Technology SRT 110^ A01X W 1:00-2:50p Off campus * Applied Surgical Proc II * Applied Surgical Proc III

SRT SRT

132^ 001X 142^ 001X

G-205 G-205

Jan 25 Ex Apr 5 Ex

G-305

Jan 23

G-204

Jan 23

$50 $50

3 3

MTuWTh MTuWTh

7:00-3:00p 7:00-3:00p

HJ-TBA Jan 23 Ex HJ-TBA Mar 25 Ex

VISUAL COMMUNICATION Morning Computer Art I History of Photography Afternoon Graphic Design Introduction to Illustrator Introduction to Photoshop Digital Photography Web Page Design Digital Video Evening Introduction to Quark/Indesign Introduction to Photoshop Digital Photography Web Page Design * Graphic Design Typography * Advanced Layout and Illustration Advanced Photoshop * Advanced Digital Studio Photo * Photography Production * Advanced Web Page Design * Portfolio Design & Production Digital Video * Advanced Digital Video Video Editing Weekend Digital Studio Photography * Advanced Digital Photography Internet Graphic Design

VIC VIC

104^ 001 160 001

$79

3 3

Th W

9:00-2:40p 9:00-11:30a

T-136 T-133

Jan 29 Jan 23

VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC

100^ 142 161 162^ 172^ 285^

002 001 002 001 001 001

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79

3 4 4 3 3 3

Th W Tu W Th W

12:00-5:00p 12:00-5:05p 12:00-5:05p 12:00-5:00p 12:00-5:00p 12:00-5:00p

T-136 T-142 T-136 T-133 T-142 A-111

Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 23

VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC

121^ 161 162^ 172^ 202 242^ 261 263 265 272^ 282 285^ 286^ 288

001 001 002 002 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 002 001 001

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79

4 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 4

Th M Tu W M W Tu M Th Tu Th Tu Th W

6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p 6:00-10:45p

T-136 T-136 T-133 T-142 T-142 T-136 T-136 T-133 T-133 T-142 T-142 A-111 A-111 A-111

Jan 24 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 28 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 29 Jan 24 Jan 23

VIC VIC

163 264

001 001X

$79 $79

4 3

Sa Sa

9:00-2:30p 12:00-5:00p

T-133 T-133

Jan 26 Jan 29

VIC

100^ 070

$79

3

INTERNET

T-153

Jan 23

Jan 26 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23

Ex Ex Ex Ex

Schedule Codes

Attention! May 2013 Graduates Don’t forget to file your Graduation Petition! Deadline: Jan. 25 For more information, call the Office of Admission and Records at

(708) 456-0300, Ext. 3733.

*

Prerequisite/corequisite required

^

Applicable to associate of arts/associate of science

X

Section designed for specific students

A01, A02, etc.

Concurrent lab or small-discussion section

TBA

To be announced

EX

Course lasts for seven weeks or less

OE

Open-entry course

OFF

Course meets off campus

degrees (some restrictions apply)

The college reserves the right to cancel those classes for which sufficient enrollment is not achieved. For course descriptions see College Catalog. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change.

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QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


Educational Technology Resource Center (ETRC) Room A-100 in the Learning Resource Center (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3361 or 3039 • etrc@triton.edu The Educational Technology Resource Center (ETRC) supports the college curriculum and encourages effective learning by distributing and processing material to support all courses. The ETRC staff provides learning materials and curriculum in a variety of formats including iPad2 tablets, video, audio, interactive laser disk, DVD and computer assisted programs. These services enhance or supplement Online/Blackboard courses. The center provides computer-based educational services to all current Triton College students, faculty and staff. ETRC is Triton’s primary computer lab, with current technology and software. The ETRC also offers noncredit Continuing Education courses for Microsoft applications.

Hours of Operation

Miscellaneous

The ETRC is open, seven days a week, more than 90 hours per week, during the fall and spring semesters, including Saturday and Sunday. Current semester Triton College photo ID is required for access to the ETRC.

Reserved Materials Instructors provide video, audio and CD-ROMs for students to view at their own convenience. Small Audio Visual Equipment Faculty and staff may check out portable tape recorders and digital cameras. Please provide a current Triton College staff ID when requesting equipment.

Computer Lab Hours Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday Closed

Bay Reservations Faculty members may reserve a computer bay in the open lab by calling Ext. 3366 or 3361. Please include your name and contact information, course number, software needed for class, date of request, start and end time of class and number of students. Please make reservations early, as availability is on a first-come, firstserved basis.

Testing and Video Viewing Hours Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday Closed

ETRC Distance Learning Services Online/Blackboard Courses The ETRC is the main student contact for all Online/ Blackboard and Illinois Virtual Campus courses. Student support services include orientations, online tutorials, tutoring, e-mail, telephone, walk-in and online HELP form.

Software Requests Faculty also can request installation of special textbook companion software or supplemental course-related software. However, please allow ample lead-time for our technical staff to complete the installation process before you come in.

Assistance for Students with Disabilities The Center for Access and Accommodative Services (CAAS) at Triton College provides academic accommodations and accessibility

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3361 or 3039. www.triton.edu/etrc

services for students who have disabilities. Students in need of note takers,

New Testing Center*

testing accommodations, sign

Triton College has a new and larger Testing Center that provides placement tests for incoming students (see page 11), as well as proctoring for missed in-class exams. Located in the ‘A’ Building on the main campus, the Testing Center can accommodate up to 70 students at one time and is equipped with computers for technology-based tests.

language interpreters, alternate

Make-up Tests Instructors may leave tests for students who are unable to take a test during regular class time. The instructor provides information on how to administer the test, time allowed, any aid (notes, open book) and any special instructional needs.

submit a request to the CAAS office,

Proctored Tests The Testing Center proctors all tests from other colleges or universities on request of students, faculty, other colleges, and universities.

Constitution Test The Testing Center administers the Illinois and United States constitution tests for students who need to fill a graduation or GED requirement.

text materials, scribes, adaptive equipment or other services much located in the Learning Resource Center, Room A-137 or call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3854, or TTY

*Please make reservations for group testing by calling Ext. 3252.

(708) 456-0991.

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On-Campus Building Codes You can find these codes in the course listings under “Loc.” or “Room.” A B C D E F G H I J M N O P R

T BB-FLD SC-FLD TE-TEN TF-TRA

Learning Resource Center Building (Adult Education, Cashier’s Office, Library, Continuing Education) Student Center (Admission and Records, Welcome Desk, Call Center, Financial Aid) Bookstore Science Building Liberal Arts Building, Professional Development Center (PDC) Business Building Health Building Technology Building Cernan Earth and Space Center Fine Arts Building (Gallery) Advanced Technology Building Triton College Police Station (Loading Dock) Physical Services Building Human Resources, Payroll Department Robert M. Collins Center (Triton College Performing Arts Center, Older Adults Center, Fitness Center, Pool) Industrial Careers Building Baseball Field Soccer Field Tennis Courts Track Field

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Roosevelt Junior High School 2501 Oak St., Bellwood Bellwood Community Tech Center 185 Eastern Ave., Bellwood, IL East Leyden High School 3400 Rose St., Franklin Park Elmwood Park High School 8201 W. Fullerton Ave., Elmwood Park Elmhurst Memorial Hospital 200 Berteau, Elmhurst Rainbow Hospice 444 N. Northwest Hwy., Park Ridge Gottlieb Memorial Hospital 8700 W. North Ave., Melrose Park Hines V.A. Hospital Roosevelt Rd. and First Ave., Hines LaGrange Memorial Hospital 5101 S. Willow Springs, LaGrange LaGrange Colonial Manor 339 Ninth Ave., LaGrange

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Westchester Manor 2901 S. Wolf Rd., Westchester Shriners Hospital 2211 N. Oak Park Ave., Chicago Villa Scalabrini 420 N. Wolf Rd., Northlake Bensenville Anchorage 331 York Rd., Bensenville In-plant offering; course not open to the general public Melrose Park Computer Resource Center North and 9th Ave., Winston Plaza Suite 1270, Melrose Park, IL New Horizons/Nuevos Horizontes: Triton Community Center 1708 Main St., Melrose Park (708) 649-2101 Call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3415, for information. Call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3322, for information. Oak Park Racquetball Club 301 W. Lake St., Oak Park Call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3415, for information. Oak Park and River Forest High School 201 N. Scoville Ave., Oak Park Proviso East High School 807 S. First Ave., Maywood Proviso Math and Science Academy 8601 W. Roosevelt Rd., Forest Park Triton College Community Center at Riverside Brookfield High School 160 Ridgewood Rd., Riverside Triton College Community Center at Ridgewood High School 7500 W. Montrose Ave., Norridge Villa Olivia Ski Hill Lake St. at Naperville Rd., Bartlett Veterans Park Racquetball Club 24th and Cortez, Melrose Park

QUESTIONS? Contact the Admissions Call Center at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


Start here... ...stay here

Earn your bachelor’s degree at Triton College’s University Center Continue your higher education pursuits... finish your four-year degree and beyond, all close to home. The University Center of Triton College hosts offices for partnering four-year colleges and universities that offer students the opportunity to continue their higher education pursuits for select bachelor and graduate degree programs without leaving the Triton campus. Currently, partnerships are established with National-Louis University, Benedictine University, Governors State University, Southern Illinois University and Eastern Illinois University.

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Triton’s University Center Members Benedictine University offers RN to Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) with concurrent credit option towards: Masters of Public Health; or Masters of Management and Organizational Behavior. Triton campus line: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3479. Eastern Illinois University offers Bachelor of Arts in General Studies (for adult students) Triton campus line: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3476. Governors State University offers Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Bachelor of Science in Social Work Bachelor of Arts in Communication Bachelor of Health Administration Triton campus line: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3177. National-Louis University offers Bachelor of Arts Program in Applied Behavioral Sciences Early Childhood and Elementary Education Bachelor of Science Program in Management and Management Information Systems Triton campus line: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3175. Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC) offers Bachelor of Science in Fire Science Management Triton campus line: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3176.

The University Center is located in the Student Center, Room B-111.

thinkquality • think 4-year degree and beyond • thinktriton Register online at www.triton.edu.

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How to Register for Online Continuing Education Classes

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Procedure for registering for online courses is the same as for any of our other classes. However, once you have registered for your class either through Triton’s Web site or by calling 708-456-0300, Ext. 3130, you must let the online classroom know you are ready to start your class. 1. Go to www.ed2go.com/triton 2. Select COURSES from the navigation menu at the top of the page. 3. Enter the name of the course that you want to access.

Triton College partners with a number of schools and locations to bring continuing education classes close to your home. New Horizons/Nuevos Horizontes: Triton Community Center 1708 Main Street, Melrose Park, IL 60160 708/649-2101 Triton College Community Center at Ridgewood High School 7500 W. Montrose, Norridge, IL 60706 708/456-4242, Ext. 293 — after 6:30 p.m. Triton College Community Center at Riverside |Brookfield High School 160 Ridgewood Road, Riverside, IL 60546 708/442-7500, Ext. 107 East Leyden High School 3400 N. Rose, Franklin Park, IL 60131 847/451-3056 — after 6:30 p.m. Elmwood Park High School 8201 W. Fullerton, Elmwood Park, IL 60707 708/583-6214 Oak Park and River Forest High School 201 N. Scoville, Oak Park, IL 60302 708/434-3125 — after 6 p.m.

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4. Proceed through the next steps, adding your name, password and contact information. 5. When prompted, select “Already Paid” and complete the process. 6. You are now ready to go through the orientation process and start your class on the appropriate date.

Proviso East High School 807 S. First, Maywood, IL 60153 708/338-4106 Proviso West High School 4701 W. Harrison, Hillside, IL 60162 708/449-6400 Bellwood Community Tech Center 185 Eastern Ave., Bellwood, IL 60104 708/493-0856 Melrose Park Computer Resource Center North and 9th Ave., Winston Plaza Suite 1270, Melrose Park, IL 60160 708/865-9015 Cantata Adult Life Services 8700 West 31st St. Brookfield, IL 60513

If you experience any difficulty, our staff will be happy to help you. Just call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, for assistance.

Our hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.


Triton College School of Continuing Education CONTINUING EDUCATION

Triton College offers a wide range of classes, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of area employers and residents for career development, professional training and lifelong learning.

Center for Health Care Professionals Enroll at the one school that is recognized throughout the Chicago area for its long-standing reputation of preparing top quality professionals with the skills and compassion needed in today’s health care environment. Designed with the input of practitioners in the field and more affordable than similar training offered elsewhere, Triton’s programs offer students the latest knowledge and clinical experience in actual health care settings to practice at increasingly higher levels of excellence. Classes are offered at convenient times for working professionals.

Center for Business and Professional Development Triton is committed to helping area businesses train, retrain and upgrade the skills of their workers necessitated by technological advancements or changing industry regulations. On-site training programs are available or can be developed based on your organization’s specific needs and are taught by instructors who have direct experience in your industry. Public seminars and workshops on topics of current business interest are also conducted throughout the year.

Short-Term Lifelong Learning Courses, workshops, seminars and conferences are Professional Training available on campus and at convenient neighborNeed to update/upgrade skills for your current job or re-enter the workforce in a new position? Shortterm training programs, many of which are unique to Triton, provide the background needed for success in a variety of occupations, including users of computer software, office executive, general office clerk, bank teller, pharmacy technician, certified nursing assistant, paralegal, and bookkeeping.

Nuevos Horizontes Triton College serves the educational needs of our Hispanic/Latino community through this outreach and community resource center in Melrose Park. The center offers career and academic advising, bilingual computer courses, and other informational programs, as well as adult education classes (see Pages 76-77).

Youth Programming From acting to astronomy and magic to mathematics, Triton College offers a constantly growing curriculum for children ages 4-16 in courses scheduled on-campus and at select community sites. These courses complement and enhance regular school schedules and activities while engaging children’s motivation to learn.

hood locations to provide access to intellectual, social, cultural and recreational programming for adults, including seniors.

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Register for Continuing Education Classes in Three Easy Steps Classes run from December 12 through early June. Step 1: Select Courses Each course description includes the course number, location (including both on- and off-campus courses), date of first class, time, room number and tuition.

Step 2: Fill Out Registration Form CONTINUING EDUCATION • Registration Information

This will ensure that you have all the information necessary before registering.

Step 3: Register in Person, by Mail, by Phone or Fax, or Online

Register early to prevent cancellation of a class due to low enrollment. Late registration will be accepted the first night of class if space is available and the class has not been canceled. Payment must accompany late registrations.

Register in Person At Triton’s Main Campus Come to the Welcome Center located in the Student Center. Registration hours are from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.

Register by Phone* With a Triton Representative Before you call, select your courses and complete the helpful scheduling form on Page 45. With your form completed, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, to register. Be prepared to give the representative the information from your form, then keep the form for your records. With the exception of holidays and certain periods between semesters, our phone registration staff is available from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. Weekend phone registration hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130. Payment Payment must be made at time of registration. Acceptable forms of

payment include MasterCard, Visa or American Express.

Register by Mail* Completing the Form Complete the Continuing Education Registration Form found on Page 45. Be sure to include all information on each course you are registering for. When registering by mail, your payment must accompany the registration form (check or money order only). Payment Payment must be included with registration form. Acceptable forms

Payment Payment must be made at time of registration. Acceptable forms of

payment include cash, check, MasterCard, Visa or American Express.

Register Online Go to www.triton.edu and log onto My Triton Space. Restrictions may apply. Payment Payment must be made at time of registration. Acceptable forms of

payment include MasterCard, Visa or American Express.

of payment include check, MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Mail registration and payment to: Triton College, Registration Center, Student Center, Room B-100, 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, IL 60171-1995

Register by Fax* (708) 583-3114 Completing the Form Complete the Continuing Education Registration Form found on Page 45. Be sure to include all information on each course you are registering for. Payment Payment must be made at time of registration. Acceptable forms of

payment include MasterCard, Visa or American Express.

Note: Payment of tuition by credit card is subject to verification of credit card number and expiration date. *GED (General Educational Development), ESL (English as a Second Language) and The Center for Business and Professional Development registrations are not accepted by either phone, mail or fax registration within this department. Please contact the other departments for their registration information.

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Continuing Education Registration Form Please print.

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/ / / / Registration fee Total Student Intent: (check one) ❏ 1. To prepare for a new or first career ❏ 2. To improve present skills ❏ 3. To explore courses to decide on a career ❏ 4. To prepare for transfer to a four-year college ❏ 5. To remedy basic skill deficiencies ❏ 6. To pursue noncareer, personal interests, school diploma equivalence ❏ 7. Other

Current Employment Status: (check one) ❏ 1. Employed full time ❏ 2. Employed part time, more than 15 hours/week ❏ 3. Employed part time, less than 15 hours/week ❏ 4. Homemaker ❏ 5. Unemployed ❏ 6. Other/No response

Ethnic Code: Are you Hispanic or Latino? (OR are you of Spanish origin?) ❏ Yes Hispanic or Latino ❏ Not Hispanic or Latino Are you from one or more of the following racial groups? (Select ALL that apply). ❏ American Indian or Alaska Native ❏ Asian ❏ Black or African American ❏ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander ❏ White ❏ Choose not to respond

Personal Data

Extension Centers

When it is necessary to withdraw or revise a scheduled class, the college will contact students as soon as possible. Current home and work phone numbers and address information must be accurate on your student records.

Meeting dates for classes held at extension centers generally follow the schedules and/or school calendar of that center. When a center is closed because of local scheduling, severe weather or some other condition that makes holding class impossible, that class meeting will be canceled and rescheduling arrangements will be made at the next class meeting.

Tuition The tuition listed at the end of each course entry includes these rates. For example: $48.00/126.00/19.00 The first amount is in-district tuition, the second amount is outof-district tuition and the third amount is the special rate for indistrict older adults (age 60 and over). All tuition is subject to change without notice.

Registration Fee All students are assessed a $5 registration fee. You may take as many courses as you wish each semester for one registration fee plus tuition for each course. *The registration fee is nonrefundable except when the college withdraws a class. (This fee is waived for in-district senior citizens age 60 years and older.)

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less, will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed.

Refund Policy • one hundred percent refund up to three business days (9 a.m.-5 p.m.) prior to the start of the class. No refunds will be granted after this time. No-shows do not constitute cancellation. • requests for exception to the refund policy must be stated in writing on a General Petition or letter to the dean, Continuing Education Department and submitted to Room A-201 of the Learning Resource Center within one calendar year of the semester in dispute. • all refund checks are mailed. Credit card payments are refunded by credit card and check payments are processed 10 working days after check receipt. Cashier’s Office hours are: 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3392, 3581 or 3540.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

Please identify your primary racial/ethnic group. (Select One) ❏ American Indian or Alaska Native ❏ Asian ❏ Black or African American ❏ Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander ❏ White ❏ Choose not to respond Are you in the United States on a Visa — Nonresident Alien? ❏ Yes in the United States on a Visa. Provide Home Country of Origin. _____________________________________ ❏ Not in the United States on a Visa.

Just fax it! Fax in your registration! See Page 44 for instructions.

Fax Number (708) 583-3114 Help keep the classes you’re interested in from being withdrawn by registering early! Bring or mail your registration to: Triton College Student Center, Room B-100 2000 Fifth Ave. River Grove, IL 60171-1995

Scheduling Triton College reserves the right to withdraw, postpone, combine or divide classes and to change either the time, dates or location of classes. Triton also reserves the right to make other required revisions that may be necessary when there are insufficient paid registrations; when qualified instructors, facilities or equipment become unavailable; or for other reasons that are beyond the college’s control.

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Center for Health Professionals Advance your career with convenient and affordable continuing education courses. The Center develops quality continuing education programs for healthcare practitioners. Our instructors will help you update your professional knowledge and help you learn new skills as they work closely with professional associations, healthcare agencies and advisory committees to create programs that are relevant, timely and educationally sound. The Center for Health Professionals is a part of the School of Continuing Education at Triton College and is also interested in co-sponsoring seminars with other organizations. We can take the hassles out of applying for continuing education credit for nurses, emergency medical personnel, longterm care administrators, licensed chemical dependency counselors and many other professional continuing education entities.

• RN Refresher course • CNA instructor course for RN’s • Custom courses to fit your healthcare facility’s educational needs, i.e. nursing update classes, leadership course for charge nurse/managers, Spanish for healthcare providers, and other classes related to your facility’s needs including classes for CNAs.

Program Information

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Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Courses Courses for RN’s with INA approval for contact hours Online Courses Certificate Programs Registry review exam courses for multiple disciplines

CPR/AED for Healthcare Providers-American Heart Association-AHA Designed for anyone in the healthcare field. Upon successful completion, participants will receive the AHA CPR for Healthcare Providers card, which is valid for two years. For dates and times, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3773.

Dialysis Technician Certification The student learns to function as a dialysis technician with proficient clinical skills with a basic understanding of general knowledge in the field of nephrology care. Upon completion of the course the student is prepared to take the certification examination to be a certified dialysis technician. One year of medical experience as a CNA, MA, EMT required. For dates and times, see Page 54.

EKG Technician Certification Course This 50-hour comprehensive EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to take the ASPT-EKG Technician exam and other national certification exams. This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy of the heart and physiology, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, laboratory assisting, electrocardiography and echocardiography. For dates and times, see Page 54.

Dental Assistant The 60-hour Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry-level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions - Dental Assisting. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. For dates and times, see Page 54.

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3489 www.triton.edu/ce Center for Health Professionals Manager: Margie Harp, RN, MS Phone: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3773 Fax: (708) 583-3114 Email: mharp@triton.edu

Health Information Technology: Medical Billing and Coding-Classroom This course is designed for health care professionals, billing professionals, people interested in the business aspect of health care and office managers. Students will learn to collect, analyze and manage the information that steers the health care industry. Training will be provided in insurance and medical claims processing in accordance with professional, legal, and insurance industry standards. For dates and times, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3773.

Pharmacy Technician Course This course is designed to familiarize students with the role of the pharmacy technician and to develop the skills required for assisting pharmacists. Course content includes an intense review of mathematical principles as they apply to pharmacology, a review of various disease states, basic physiology, pharmacy law, ethics, and the fundamentals of technician training. For dates and times, see Page 55.

Phlebotomy Training The health care system of the laboratory, anatomy and physiology of the body systems, institutional procedures such as infection control, patient care issues such as specimen collection and handling, detailed content outline for certificate examination for phlebotomists and professionals including quality assurance and professional standards are covered. For dates and times, see Page 55.

Physical Therapy Aide This comprehensive 50-hour Physical Therapy Aide Program prepares students for the growing field of Physical Therapy. The Physical Therapy Aide is generally responsible for carrying out the non- technical duties of physical therapy, such as preparing treatment areas, ordering devices and supplies, and transporting patients while working under the direction of the physical therapist. Note: This program does not include a national or state certification as part of its overall objectives.

RN Re-Entry Update A nursing update/refresher course for RN’s who have been outside nursing practice and would like to feel prepared to return to the clinical setting and care for patients in the medical and surgical areas. Classroom portion is delivered in an online format with scheduled lab and clinical time. For dates and times, see Page 55.

CNA Instructor Course for Registered Nurses This course is designed for the RN who is interested in becoming an instructor for a basic nurse aide training program. The course meets the requirements outlined in the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Long Term Care Assistants and Aides Training Program Code. This course provides 37.5 hours of contact hours of continuing education for RN’s. The student needs to be an RN with an active Illinois license. Two years of nursing experience with at least one of those years caring for the elderly or chronically ill in a nursing facility, extended care unit, geriatric department, hospice, swing bed unit of a hospital, or other long-term care setting or experience teaching in an accredited nurse aide training program. For dates and times, see Page 55.

Medical Billing and Coding Certification, Online Medical Billing Medical Coding Advanced Coding ICD9 Advanced Coding CPT AAPC Certification Review For course descriptions, dates and times, see Page 55.

For dates and times, see Page 55.

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RN Re-Entry Update Course for RNs CONTINUING EDUCATION •Center for Health Professionals

Are you a nurse who has been “out-of-practice” for a few years and would like to return to work? This is a nursing update/refresher course for RNs who have been outside nursing practice and would like to feel prepared to return to the clinical setting and care for patients in the medical and surgical areas. The RN Re-Entry Update course consists of theory and clinical components. The theory component is the online portion of the course. There are seven modules and this material needs to be completed within 16 weeks from the start of the course. There are four skill labs in a simulated classroom setting at Triton College. The clinical experience will be done in a hospital setting throughout the week and the student will work with a clinical preceptor. There is a checklist of clinical objects which will need to be completed either in the skills or clinical setting. TOPICS INCLUDE: • Professional Nursing Practice • Pharmacology Review • Systems Review • Care of the Client • IV Therapy • Communication and Documentation • Care of the Terminally Ill

For more information on our next class, contact Margie Harp, RN, MS at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3773. Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Are You Aware of the New Rules and Requirements for Real Estate Professionals? Let Triton help you update your license. Broker • Increases the entry-level of licensure – now “broker” - from 45 hours of pre-license courses to 90 hours of pre-license courses. • Provides that 15 of those hours shall be “situational” offerings in a classroom or interactive setting. • Requires brokers to take 30 hours of post-licensure education within the first renewal period. 15 of those hours must be situational in an interactive setting.

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• Requires 12 hours of continuing education (CE) each renewal period (except the first period when the 30 hours of postlicense coursework are taken).

Managing Broker • The current top category of licensure – “broker” – requires 120 hours of licensure (salesperson plus 45 hours). This bill creates the new category of “managing broker”, and requires managing brokers to have 165 pre-license hours (the 120 broker hours, plus a 45 hour course of study focusing on management of an office, supervision of licensees, and administrative issues; 15 of those 45 hours would be situational offerings in an interactive setting). • Managing brokers would have to take the 12 hours per renewal of broker CE, plus an additional 12 hours of CE on broker management.

Enroll in Triton’s Real Estate Academy: Two courses are available depending on your current status. (All courses include the required 15 hour interactive component) 1. If your Illinois Real Estate Salesperson license has expired or if you have never held a Real Estate License, you can take the 90 hour Broker Pre-License class, RES E13. 2. If you are a currently Licensed Real Estate Broker, you can transition to Managing Broker by taking the 45 hour Managing Broker Pre-License class, RES E17.

To register for any of these classes, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3500. www.triton.edu/continuing

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The new law changes the license categories under the Real Estate License Act of 2000 from Salesperson and Broker to Broker and Managing Broker. The status of Real Estate Salesperson has been discontinued. The term “broker” is what the public identifies with when it comes to the real estate licensee they work with in a transaction. The term “managing broker” clearly identifies the person(s) in the brokerage operation that have management authority and responsibility.

Frequently Asked Questions Do I need to worry about the conversion right now? Please visit www.idfpr.com/ for more information on the transition process.

What are the new license categories under the revised Act?

Where is more information available on the new Act? The revised Real Estate License Act of 2000 is available at www.idfpr.com/DPR/RE/REALEST.asp Select the Real Estate License Act of 2000 link.

I failed the proficiency examination. How can I transition my license? You will need to provide the Division with proof of post-license education which will be the 30-hour course for salesperson to broker and proof of passing the 45-hour course for broker to managing broker. A transition form will be available on the IDFPR Web site at www.idfpr.com/RETransition.

I am a real estate salesperson with an active license. How long will my license remain in effect?

I had a discipline against a previous license. How will this affect my ability to transition my license?

The expiration date on all actively-licensed real estate salesperson licenses was extended an additional year and expired April 30, 2012.

I am a real estate salesperson who did not renew my license in 2009. Can I still renew my license? No, the cut off date was April 30, 2011. You will need to meet the requirements of a new licensee.

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Two main categories of licensure will exist under the revised Act: a) Managing Broker b) Broker There are no changes to the Leasing agent requirements.

Any discipline orders that exist will need to go through the Enforcement section for further review.

How can I check the status of my license with the Department? By entering your license number into the IDFPR online look-up at www.idfpr.com/dpr/licenselookup/default.asp

Can I obtain a managing broker license and not manage an office? Yes, just the same as brokers did under the old license law. However only licensed managing brokers designated with the Department as a managing broker by their sponsoring broker can advertise themselves to the public as a managing broker. Managing brokers that are not designated with the Department as a managing broker should advertise themselves as a “broker”.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Online Paralegal Studies Certificate Program The paralegal profession is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of paralegals is expected to grow at a rate much faster than the average for all occupations. This is an online tutoring program designed to let you work at a pace comfortable for your busy lifestyle. It begins with a free one-hour orientation seminar held online 24/7. Classes are designed to meet the needs of both novices and those currently working in the legal field and looking to upgrade their skills. You will learn how to:

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• Research and write a legal office memo • Explore and investigate a legal specialty • Learn the procedures of the local court system • Understand the management of the law office • Develop strategies for a paralegal job search Paralegal, lawyer’s assistant, legal technician—they are all interchangeable titles used to describe individuals who work with attorneys and other professionals in the field of law. It’s a challenging career for those interested in doing research, drafting and managing court documents, investigating facts and performing other important tasks in today’s legal profession. Paralegals may not provide legal service directly to the public except as permitted by law. Students who earn a Paralegal Certificate can gain employment with law firms and public agencies, or in the legal departments of corporations.There are five required courses in this certificate program: • • • • •

Paralegal Research Paralegal Jurisprudence Paralegal Litigation Paralegal Management Paralegal Career To register or to speak with a program advisor, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3500, or e-mail askCE@triton.edu.

All students must start with Paralegal Research. Cost: $197 for each online class (includes all study materials) Prerequisite: GED or High School Diploma and approval from the paralegal instructor Mr. Zoran Perovanovich (e-mail him with any questions or concerns zoran1990@juno.com). A free virtual orientation seminar is required and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm

Notice: Please contact the paralegal instructor Mr. Zoran Perovanovich before you register for any classes.

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Center for Business and Professional Development at Triton College Training can be customized for your company. Here are some of the topics we can bring to your company for your employees:

Basic Skills • Spanish, Polish or other languages • English as a Second Language (ESL) • Basic Skills: Math and Reading

Computers

For over three decades, Triton has been providing customized training and consulting services to businesses and industries in the western suburbs. We offer: • Flexible, creative managers to help customize programs for your company and your employee needs • General business to highly specialized training options • Experienced instructors with practical knowledge • Reasonable costs for first-class services • In-district tuition for out-of-district residents • Needs assessments and consulting • State-of-the-art facilities • Access to grants

2011 Workforce Development Clients Alberto Culver Arlington Park Racetrack ASAP Transport American Pride Security Service American Society of Quality (ASQ) Cook County Public Defender DePaul University Dynamic Manufacturing Follett Higher Education Group Illinois Department of Transportation

Local 399 Stationary Engineers Mannheim School District #83 Master Spring & Wire Form Museum of Science & Industry Navistar Ohio League for Nursing PACE Suburban Bus Service Proviso Township Mental Health Riverside Brookfield High School Scholle Packaging Vision of Restoration

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Supervisory Skills Customer Service Sales/Marketing Project Management - 23-hour Fundamentals (CAPM prep) - CAPM Exam Review - 35-hour Certificate (PMP prep) - MS Project Team Building Managing Change Business Writing Managing Diversity Effective Meetings Conflict Resolution Managing/Dealing with Change Goal Setting Interviewing and Hiring Developing Performance Standards Performance Assessment Effective Presentation Delegation Coaching and Counseling

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Shop Math Blueprint Reading Metrology with GD&T Machining CNC Electricity for Industry PLC’s Hydraulics/Pneumatics Machine Tool Technology Heating and Air Conditioning Welding - Shielded Metal Arc Welding - MIG - TIG - AWS Certification

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Why partner with Triton’s Center for Business and Professional Development?

• Microsoft Office - Word - Excel - Access - PowerPoint - MS Project • AutoCAD • ProE • QuickBooks • Quicken • Marketing on the Internet • Computer Networking • IT Security and Data Assurance • IP Technologies

Manufacturing and Maintenance

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Respiration Protection Confined Space Entry First Aid and CPR 10 and 30-hour OSHA Safety

Project Management • • • •

23-hour Fundamental (CAPM preparation) CAPM Exam Review 35-hour Certificate (CAPM preparation) MS Project

Training Grant Opportunities Double your training budget! There are grant funding sources to help companies pay for training. Triton’s experienced staff will even help you navigate the grant process.

Quality and Productivity

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3489.

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Continuing Education Course Listings CAREER TRAINING ACCOUNTING

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Career Training

Accounting Fundamentals (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you’re interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while also gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. You’ll learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, while also learning how to analyze and record financial transactions, as well as prepare various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period. Accounts receivable, accounts payable payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities will be discussed. We’ll cover all the bases, from writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out accounts at the end of each fiscal period. Suitable for either a small business or an individual household, this course is sure to increase financial awareness and accountability. BUS E09 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E09 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E09 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E09 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E09 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E09 551 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 9 - May 11, 11-12:50 P.M. Room 111. $148.00/385.00/10.00 Performing Payroll in Quickbooks (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to use QuickBooks software to process payroll quickly and easily. You’ll discover all the steps you need to properly set up your payroll system, troubleshoot common problems, and avoid mistakes. BUS E79 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E79 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E79 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E79 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E79 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed.

CERTIFIED EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SPECIALIST (CEBS)

MICROSOFT CERTIFIED APPLICATION SPECIALIST

Employee Benefits; Concepts and Health Care Benefits (GBA 1) The coverage of health care benefits begins with a discussion of the environment of health care and health care plans, followed by health plan designs and cost-control techniques. An assignment is devoted to the managed care spectrum as well as one to the health care cost equation. Other assignments cover evaluating and selecting health and managed care plans, maintaining and improving employee health, medical benefits for retirees, and long-term care. Dental plans and specialized benefits — behavioral health, prescription drugs, vision, and hearing care plans — also are covered as is the timely topic of consumer-driven health plans, including health reimbursement accounts and health savings accounts. The course concludes with quality health care purchasing and vendor management, as well as fiduciary liability and ethical responsibility.

Microsoft 2007 Word I (2 AEC) Introduction to Microsoft Word with instruction in the creation, formatting, and editing of various word processing documents. (Keyboarding ability of 20 words per minute recommended.) For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only.

BUS E24 01 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 13 - April 24, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room E-205. $197.00/513.00/13.00

MEDICAR OPERATOR Medicar Driver/Attendant Training (1 AEC) The training program, offered through a partnership with Medicar Safety, is designed to target primary instructional areas of non- emergency transport requirements. Working from a text manual, participants will also experience visual reinforcement with actual training examples demonstrated through a step by step video presentation. Medicar Safety’s video productions are specialized and focused on all aspects of safety related issues and client care factors. Participants in the program can expect to observe and learn the following through this presentation: Proper vehicle pre-trip inspection, understanding vehicle safety operational factors, patient transport care related elements, understanding different disability factors, learning security lock down methods, comprehending miscellaneous transport factors, privacy & patient custody issues, staff development guidance. EMS E31 01 Triton College Meets Friday and Saturday, Jan. 25-26, 8 A.M.-4:45 P.M. Room A-122B. $180.00/180.00/180.00 EMS E31 02 Triton College Meets Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16, 8 A.M.-4:45 P.M. Room M-142A. $180.00/180.00/180.00 EMS E31 04 Triton College Meets Friday and Saturday, March 15-16, 8A.M.-4:45 P.M. Room A-122B. $180.00/180.00/180.00 EMS E31 05 Triton College Meets Friday and Saturday, April 12-13, 8 A.M.-4:45 P.M. Room M-118. $180.00/180.00/180.00

CIS E70 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $126.00/284.00/34.00 (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Microsoft 2007 Excel I (2 AEC) In this introductory course into the world of electronic spreadsheets, students will learn the fundamental concepts of developing an electronic spreadsheet, and the uses of them in today’s business community. Basic spreadsheet functions and commands are covered. See section description for specific software package. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Prerequisite: Conceptual knowledge of spreadsheets. (Level II difficulty) CIS E55 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 8, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room M-142E. $210.00/526.00/26.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) CIS E55 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - May 16, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room TBA. $210.00/526.00/26.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) Microsoft 2007 Access I (1 AEC) This course covers entering, storing, and manipulating data in a variety of forms using database management software, the basic tool used to manage data on a computer. See section description for specific software package. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Prerequisite: Use of personal computer. (Level II difficulty) CIS E57 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - April 17, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $134.00/292.00/42.00 (Includes $35.00 lab fee)

MUSIC BUSINESS Music Business Fundamentals & Strategic Management (3 AEC) Provides instruction for aspiring artists, business entrepreneurs, music producers, and promoters seeking to be successful in the music business. Investigates a variety of components of the music business industry and explores different career options including self employment and helps develop fundamental business skills. Builds on management, independent marketing and promotions, production, contracts and negotiating skills. Discussion, reading and class projects will be assigned. BUS E65 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6-9 P.M. Room T-150. $295.00/769.00/19.00

All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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MICROSOFT OFFICE TECHNOLOGY Microsoft Office Technology (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint)

Individuals returning to the workplace or students wishing to brush up MS Office skills in Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint can receive the latest information and hands-on practice. While this class is not for the raw beginner, it is a helpful refresher of the basic operations of the above mentioned MS Office products. CIS E49 01 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Feb. 4 - April 24, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room TBA $294.000/768.00/18.00 Microsoft Access (1.5 AEC) ONLINE This course is designed to master the basic features of Microsoft Access and introduce some of the more advanced parts of the software program. Basic fundamental concepts will be introduced in this short-term, seminar style course. Students will learn the basic concepts of Microsoft Access and will be required to use class time to practice the learned materials. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

Paralegal Litigation (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Paralegal Litigation presents an overview of litigation and trial support including federal and state techniques used by practicing paralegals in daily procedural work. The students will be required to visit a specific court system and investigate the procedures and administrative requirements of pre-trial and post-trial. The history of common and statutory law, and administrative agency procedures will also get some attention. The goal of the program is to help students learn the practical skills essential for success in the legal profession. Prerequisite: H.S. Diploma or equivalent. A free virtual orientation seminar is requested and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm. BSN E74 70 Triton College Meets Feb. 7 - March 21, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00 BSN E74 71 Triton College Meets April 4 - May 16, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00

ONL E05 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E75 70 Triton College Meets Feb. 7 - March 21, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00

PARALEGAL

BSN E75 71 Triton College Meets April 4 - May 16, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E05 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E05 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Paralegal Research (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Paralegal Research focuses on analytical reasoning, with a significant amount of emphasis in using the law library. The goal of the program is to help students learn the practical skills essential for success in the legal profession. A free virtual orientation seminar is required and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm. BSN E72 70 Triton College Meets Feb. 7 - March 21, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00 BSN E72 71 Triton College Meets April 4 - May 16, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00 Paralegal Jurisprudence (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Paralegal Jurisprudence presents an overview of the paralegal profession including many of the more popular areas of legal specialization. The students will be required to select and pursue at least three specialty areas for substantive career development and job search. The goal of the program is to help students learn the practical skills essential for success in the legal profession. This class is designed to teach students entry level knowledge of the various practices in law, for purpose of choosing a career direction and advancement in a particular specialty. A free virtual orientation seminar is required and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm. BSN E73 70 Triton College Meets Feb. 7 - March 21, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00 BSN E73 71 Triton College Meets April 4 - May 16, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00

Paralegal Career (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Paralegal Career is a course that will present an overview of paralegal job search/portfolio techniques that will help you match up your legal specialities, management abilities and investigative goals with a potential new entry-level position. The students will be required to compose a 15-section paralegal job search portfolio and explore job leads and interviews. The goal of the program is to help students learn the practical skills essential for success in the legal profession. A free virtual orientation seminar is required and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm. BSN E76 70 Triton College Meets Feb. 7 - March 21, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00 BSN E76 71 Triton College Meets April 4 - May 16, Room A-201. $197.00/197.00/197.00

PRIVATE SECURITY Private Security Basic Training (1.5 AEC) This course meets the requirements of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation as outlined in the Detective Act. It covers security fundamentals for new officers and provides a review for experienced employees who want to earn state certification. This course, along with a Permanent Employee Registration Card (PERC), is needed for employees of private security agencies. PSA E02 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - Feb. 9, 8 A.M.-3:45 P.M. Room A-122A. $148.00/385.00/10.00 PSA E02 02 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 6-20, 8 A.M.-3:45 P.M. Room A-122A. $148.00/385.00/10.00

Register online at www.triton.edu.

PSA E25 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Feb. 16 - March 2, 9-4:30 P.M. Room 122A. Meets Saturdays, Feb. 16 - March 2, 9-4:30 P.M. Room TBA. $238.00/475.00/100.00 (Includes $90.00 lab fee) PSA E25 02 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 27 - May 11, 9-4:30 P.M. Room 122A. Meets Saturdays, April 27 - May 11, 9-4:30 P.M. Room TBA. $238.00/475.00/100.00 (Includes $90.00 lab fee)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project Management Fundamentals (1.5 AEC) ONLINE There are more projects occurring today than at any time in history. Organizations initiate projects to create new computer applications, erect bridges and buildings, improve processes, develop new products, and reorganize company operations. Unfortunately, most organizations do not manage projects well, creating an unprecedented demand for project management practitioners. If you’re new to project management, this course will provide you with the essential information you’ll need to prepare for and complete your first project. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Career Training

ONL E05 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Paralegal Management (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Paralegal Management will present an overview of the paralegal office manager performing a wide variety of duties including deposition techniques and the use of office equipment. The student will be required to network with other practicing paralegals in the field and acquire information. The goal of the program is to help students learn the practical skills essential for success in the legal field. Prerequisite: H.S. Diploma or equivalent. A free virtual orientation seminar is required and is available 24/7 at http://paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm.

Private Security Firearms Training (1.5 AEC) Armed officers in Illinois need 40 hours of instruction in order to be certified by the Illinois DFPR to carry a firearm in the line of duty. After completing a 20-hour basic course, students enroll in this 20-hour firearms class to become state certified. Classroom instruction is followed by a written test and range qualification. NOTE: A current Illinois Firearm Owner’s Identification Card (FOID) is a prerequisite to receive firearms training at Triton College. Your FOID card must be presented to the firearms instructor a the beginning of the first day of class. (Out-of-state residents are exempt from this requirement.)

ONL E76 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Project Management Applications (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this course, an experienced project management professional will teach you the same powerful tools and techniques that experienced project management professionals rely on every day. You’ll increase the probability of projet success by mastering the tricks of the trade: Earned Value Performance Measurement, Gantt Charts, Network Scheduling, Work Breakdown Structure, and the Cost-volume Analysis. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E77 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E77 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E77 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E77 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E77 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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Career Training (continued) REAL ESTATE Real Estate Broker Pre-License Course (6 AEC) Effective April 2011, legislation affecting the Illinois Real Estate Act of 2000 eliminates the Real Estate Salesperson License. In its place is the Real Estate Broker with new educational requirements. Satisfies the 90 hours of instruction required by the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulation. Successful completion allows the students to sit for the Real Estate Broker Examination. RES E13 15 Proviso West Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 28 - May 20, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room TBA. $589.00/1537.00/37.00

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Career Training-Health Careers

Managing Broker Pre-license Course (3 AEC) Effective April 2011, legislation affecting the Illinois Real Estate Act of 2000 changes the requirement for the Managing Broker designation. Real Estate Brokers licensed, under the previous law will have to undergo a transition course to retain licensure. Satisfies the 45 hours of instruction as required by the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulation for current brokers. Successful completion allows the student to sit for the Illinois State Managing Broker Examination. RES E17 15 Proviso West Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, April 1 - May 20, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room TBA. $295.00/769.00/19.00

REAL ESTATE HOME INSPECTION Home Inspection (4 AEC) This course satisfies the 60 clock hours required to be eligible to obtain an Illinois Home Inspector License. This course examines the majors elements of home inspection. Specific attention will be given to exteriors, interiors, roofing, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, structural, and miscellaneous appliances. The Illinois Home Inspector Law/Administrative Rules and Standards of Practice will also be covered. RES E35 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 29 - March 28, 6-10 P.M. Room A-122A. $393.00/1025.00/25.00 RES E35 15 Proviso West Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 28 - March 20, 6-10 P.M. Room TBA. $393.00/1025.00/25.00 RES E35 40 East Leyden Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 19 - May 14, 6:30-9:20 P.M. Room TBA. $393.00/1025.00/25.00

SPANISH INTERPRETATION Spanish Interpreter Training-Medical Settings II (3 AEC) General Interpretation for Medical Settings/Terminology to provide an introduction to general interpretation, guidelines, techniques and practice using Spanish to English and English to Spanish interpretations. Prerequisite (s): IMPORTANT! Students must be completely fluent in BOTH English AND Spanish to register for this class. SOC E21 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room F-208. $447.00/447.00/447.00

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TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS Distribution and Logistics Management ONLINE Distribution & logistics management is a critical company function. Professionals in this field play a key role in fulfilling customer demands, ordering & managing inventory, controlling inbound and out-bound shipments, reducing costs, saving time, and meeting company objectives. Course will not only show you how to create and operate a logistics function, but it will also show you how to achieve success through a combination of strategies and tactics. You’ll discover the key elements of a logistics systems, including physical distribution warehouse selection, material handling, packaging, order fulfillment customer service, receiving, production stores, and returned goods and find how to manage inventory, effectively, use technology, manage a logistics department, complete and control transportation documents. TTM E13 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TTM E13 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TTM E13 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TTM E13 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TTM E13 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Freight Broker/6.0 Agent Training This nationally recognized Freight Broker Training Course teaches the skills that students must acquire to be successful freight - load broker agent. Tutorials and projects will teach the student the practical application of freight broker skills. This Freight/Load Broker Training course is only offered in partnership with accredited colleges and universities. TTM E14 95 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $1696.00/1696.00/1696.00

WATERWORKS/SANITATION PROFESSIONAL Waterworks Operation Volume II (3 AEC) Waterworks Operation Volume II presents information on drinking water regulations, iron and manganese control, fluoridation, softening, trihalomethanes, demineralization, handling and disposal of process wastes, maintenance, instrumentation, and advanced laboratory procedures. Administrative procedures for dealing with budgeting, setting rates, record keeping, personnel administration, public relations, and emergency planning also are covered. Volume II meets criteria for granting six months of equivalent credit as outlined in Section 15 of the Operator Certification Law or 45 hours of renewal training credit if taken as a review. HME E32 001 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6-9 P.M. Room J-101. $295.00/769.00/19.00

WEDDING PLANNING Wedding/Event Planning ONLINE Do you have an eye for detail and design? Do you like to organize and plan for parties and events? Do you think you can tame bridezilla? If so, this is the class for you. A wedding planner has a very important role in the planning of a couple’s special day, there is much to learn in the way of planning, budgets, working with vendors, contracts, revenue channels, not to mention keeping up with the latest trends in bridal fashion, color choices and wedding design. This is a course

designed for students looking to get started in the glamorous and exciting wedding/event planning industry. This class covers everything a wedding planner needs to know, including contracts, etiquette, flowers, music, day of services, marketing, industry business practices and application. This program will provide students with all of the tools necessary to become a professional wedding planner. HIA E25 95 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $1396.00/1396.00/1396.00

HEALTH CAREERS DENTAL ASSISTANT Dental Assistant The 60-hour Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry-level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions - Dental Assisting. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. This course covers the following key areas and topics Administrative Aspects include: the history of dentistry and dental assisting; introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines. Clinical Aspects include: introduction to oral anatomy; dental operatory; dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure; primary and permanent teeth; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand-pieces; sterilization; and other areas. In addition to entry-level administrative jobs, this course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program. There is no state or national certification objective with this course. HTH E31 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 5 - May 2, 6-9:30 P.M. Room M-142F. $1199.00/1199.00/1199.00

DIALYSIS TECHNICIAN Dialysis Technician Certification The student learns to function as a dialysis technician with proficient clinical skills with a basic understanding of general knowledge in the field of nephrology care. Upon completion of the course the student is prepared to take the certification examination to be a certified dialysis technician. One year of medical experience as a CNA, MA, EMT required. HTH E08 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Feb. 12 - April 23, 5:30-7:30 P.M. Room D-305. $899.00/899.00/899.00

EKG TECHNICIAN EKG Technician Program Comprehensive EKG Certification Program that prepares the students to function as EKG technicians and enable them to take the ASPT-EKG Technician exam and other national certification exams. Includes important practice and background information on anatomy of the heart and physiology, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, laboratory assisting, electrocardiography and echocardiography. Additionally, students will practice with equipment and perform hands-on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper lead placement, 12-lead placement and other clinical practices. HTH E38 01 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, March 4 - April 29, 6-9:30 P.M. Room M-142F. $999.00/999.00/999.00

For more information about Continuing Education courses, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


EVALUATOR WORKSHOP Nurse Evaluator Workshop A one day workshop presented by an approved IDPH evaluator who will present IDPH requirements for an approved Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program, BNATP, and the Illinois Administrative Code Rules and Regulations. The approved evaluators will evaluate the student’s competency demonstration of selected performance skills. The student needs to be an RN with an active Illinois license. Two years of nursing experience with at least one of those years caring for the elderly or chronically ill in a nursing facility, extended care unit, geriatric department, hospice, swing bed unit of a hospital, or other long-term care setting or experience teaching in an accredited nurse aide training program. NRS C19 01 Triton College Meets Thursday, Jan. 10, 8 A.M.-5 P.M. Room G-308. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

GERONTOLOGY

HMS E92 091 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $199.00/199.00/199.00* HMS E92 092 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $199.00/199.00/199.00* HMS E92 093 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $199.00/199.00/199.00* HMS E92 094 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $199.00/199.00/199.00*

MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING CERTIFICATION-ONLINE Medical Billing (2.5 AEC) ONLINE This course prepares students for entry-level jobs using the accounting skills necessary in a doctor’s office or other medical facility. This course includes Front Office Management, Filing Part B HCFA 1500, Filing Part A HCFA 1450, All About Medicare and Medical Billing Problems. In addition, the students will learn about patient record keeping using Medisoft, Medicare as Secondary Payer, Medicare and Home Health. This course will assist students in gaining a certificate as a medical coder. ONL E62 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $112.00/112.00/112.00 Advanced Coding ICD-10 (2.5 AEC) ONLINE This course compiles and summarizes the official coding guidelines concerning the most common yet complex diagnosis coding issues. Major body system chapters, as found in the ICD-10-CM manual, organize the course. Each chapter is organized by issues, coding clarification, physician documentation issues and coding scenarios.

ONL E64 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $112.00/112.00/112.00 Medical Coding (2.5 AEC) ONLINE This course prepares students for entry-level jobs in insurance coding in a doctor’s office or other medical facility. This course includes ICD-10CM Coding, CPT Coding, Medicare Fraud and Abuse, and Evaluation Management. Students must have access to a computer and an e-mail account. ONL E65 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $112.00/112.00/112.00

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Pharmacy Technician Course (5 AEC) This course is designed to familiarize students with the role of the pharmacy technician and to develop the skills required for assisting pharmacists. Course content includes an intense review of mathematical principles as they apply to pharmacology, a review of various disease states, basic physiology, pharmacy law, ethics, and the fundamentals of technician training. Emphasis will be given to pharmacology measurement, pharmacy abbreviation and generic medications, prescription processing and hands-on compounding techniques. Introduces students to various settings in pharmacy practice, including the community, hospital, and managed care. Information on qualifying for the pharmacy certification examination will be provided. AHL E24 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Jan. 23 - May 17, 8-11:00 A.M. Room A-122A. $1200.00/1200.00/1200.00 AHL E24 02 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 6-9 P.M. Room R-214. $1200.00/1200.00/1200.00 AHL E24 95 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $1996.00/1996.00/1996.00

PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE Physical Therapy Aide (3 AEC) This comprehensive 50-hour Physical Therapy Aide Program prepares students for the growing field of physical therapy. The physical therapy aide is generally responsible for carrying out the non-technical duties of physical therapy, such as preparing treatment areas, ordering devices and supplies, and transporting patients working under the direction of the physical therapist. Furthermore, these workers assist physical therapists in providing services that help improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease. Physical therapy aides may be employed in nursing homes, hospitals, sports rehabilitation centera and some orthopedic clinics. Note: This program does not include a national or state certification as part of its overall objectives. HTH E34 01 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, March 4 - April 29, 6-9:30 P.M. Room A-122A. $999.00/999.00/999.00

REGISTERED NURSE RN Re-Entry Update (3.5 AEC) A nursing update/refresher course for RN’s who have been outside nursing practice and would like to feel prepared to return to the clinical setting and care for patients in the medical and surgical areas. Classroom portion is delivered in an online format with scheduled lab and clinical time.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Health Careers

Gerontology ONLINE This course is relevant for registered nurses, nurse practitioners, licensed vocational nurses, practical nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, occupational therapists, recreation therapists, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, administrators, psychologists, personal care assistants, volunteers, physicians, chiropractors, clergy, physical fitness professionals, adult children of aging parents, or any other individual currently working with or planning to work with older adults.

Advanced Coding CPT (2.5 AEC) ONLINE This course is organized according to the sections in the CPT book. Frequently asked questions from real life situations are answered in an authoritative manner. This course provides advanced coding problems with their solutions. The main emphasis is on evaluation and management and surgery codes. A five-step outline is used to help you code the exercises/scenarios in the problems. Detailed medical history reports, including postoperative reports, are provided from which CPT codes are determined. Students must have access to a computer and an e-mail account.

NRS E88 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 28 - May 17, Room A-201. $1135.00/1135.00/1135.00 CNA Instructor Course for Registered Nurses (2.5 AEC) This course is designed for the RN who is interested in becoming an instructor for a basic nurse aide training program. The course meets the requirements outlined in the Illinois Department of Public Health’s Long Term Care Assistants and Aides Training Program Code. This course provides 37.5 hours of contact hours of continuing education for RN’s. The student needs to be an RN with an active Illinois license. Two years of nursing experience with at least one of those years caring for the elderly or chronically ill in a nursing facility, extended care unit, geriatric department, hospice, swing bed unit of a hospital, or other long-term care setting or experience teaching in an accredited nurse aide training program. NRS E19 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, March 4 - May 20, 6-10 P.M. Room G-203. $413.00/413.00/413.00

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN Phlebotomy Training (4.5 AEC) The health care system of the laboratory, anatomy and physiology of the body systems, institutional procedures such as infection control, patient care issues such as specimen collection and handling, detailed content outline for certificate examination for phlebotomists and professionals including quality assurance and professional standards are covered. Students must supply proof of health insurance at the first class meeting. IHP E05 01 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room R-214. $2250.00/2250.00/2250.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

ONL E63 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room A-201. $112.00/112.00/112.00

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLASSROOM BUSINESS Customer Service/Office Equipment (.5 AEC) Introduction to learning basic skills and knowledge to be successful when dealing with the public in a business setting. Telephone skills, message taking and general office skills will also be covered along with the proper usage of general office equipment. BSN E02 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 4, 9-10:30 A.M. Room 130. $50.00/129.00/4.00 Job Search Strategies This workshop will focus on strategies to use in conducting your search. Strategies covered include networking, information, interviewing, job fairs, networking groups and professional associations. BUS C20 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 9-23, 9-10:50 A.M. Room 130. $27.00/27.00/16.00*

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CLASSROOM BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS Basic Computer Skills - Keyboarding Are you searching for the letters on your computer keyboard? Become familiarized with the computer keyboard and learn how to type. Learn basic keystrokes, computer keyboarding concepts and terminology for a more successful computer usage. Primary emphasis is placed on developing stroking speed and efficiency. (Level I difficulty) DPR C20 551 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, March 11 - May 13, Noon-12:50 P.M. Room 106. $77.00/77.00/52.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) DPR C20 552 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 9, 7-8:45 P.M. Room 106. $77.00/77.00/52.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) DPR C20 553 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - April 20, 9-10:50 A.M. Room 106. $77.00/77.00/52.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) DPR C20 555 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, Feb. 4 - March 18, 10-11:45 A.M. Room 106. $77.00/77.00/52.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee)

Technology Fee

Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users This is a course specifically for adults who are first-time users. Students will be given instruction in using the Windows operating system. No textbook will be required. Easy-to-use instructional handouts will be provided in class. It is expected that students will follow up class instruction with practice in Triton’s open computer labs, which students are entitled to use. (Limit to 15 students.) DPR C05 20 Elmwood Park Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 13, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room 156. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) DPR C05 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 5, 10-11:20 A.M. Room M-123B. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computer II for First-time Users This is a continuation of Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users with further instruction and practice in basics and introduction to word processing. No textbooks will be used. Easy-to-use instructional handouts will be provided in class. It is expected that students will follow up class instruction with practice in Triton’s open computer labs, which students are entitled to use. (Limit to 15 students.) DPR C07 67 Triton College Meets Mondays, March 4 - April 15, 1-2:50 P.M. Room M-123B. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computers III: The Internet An introduction to the World Wide Web and e-mail. Students learn to use the Netscape browser to view Web sites to determine the latest news, weather reports, TV listings, etc. Also, learn how to compose, send, receive and store e-mail. (Limit to 15 students.) DPR C19 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 5, 9-10:50 A.M. Room M-123A. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computers IV Students in this course will build on the information in Introduction to Computers III: The Internet as they continue to explore the World Wide Web and e-mail. Students will learn how to narrow Internet searches, use different search engines, find a variety of useful items on the World Wide Web and learn about Internet security. Students will also learn more about using e-mail, including how to use the address book, folders, send and download photographs. DPR C21 60 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, March 27 - May 1, 1-2:50 P.M. Room M-135. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Microsoft 2007 Word I (1 AEC) Introduction to Microsoft Word with instruction in the creation, formatting and editing of various word processing documents (Keyboarding ability of 20 words per minute recommended.) For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only.

CIS E70 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, Feb. 4 - March 25, 7-8:55 P.M. Room 106. $126.00/284.00/34.00 (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Microsoft 2007 Excel I (2 AEC) In this introductory course into the world of electronic spreadsheets, students will learn fundamental concepts of developing an electronic spreadsheet and the uses of them in today’s business community. Basic spreadsheet functions and commands are covered. See section description for specific software package. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Prerequisite: Conceptual knowledge of spreadsheets. CIS E55 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 8, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room M-142E. $210.00/526.00/26.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) CIS E55 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - May 23, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room TBA. $210.00/526.00/26.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) Microsoft 2007 Access I (1 AEC) This course covers entering, storing and manipulating data in a variety of forms using database management software, the basic tool used to manage data on a computer. See section description for specific software package for course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Prerequisite: use of personal computer. CIS E57 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - April 17, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $134.00/292.00/42.00 (Includes $35.00 lab fee)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - ONLINE ENTREPRENEURSHIP Business Plan for the Small Business (1 AEC) ONLINE Course covers the necessary elements in development of a business plan for the small business. Appropriate for persons interested in starting a business or current owners. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. BSN E66 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E66 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E66 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E66 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E66 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E70 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $126.00/284.00/34.00 (Includes $27.00 lab fee)

Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Starting a Consulting Practice (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Do you have training or knowledge that could be useful to others? Have you ever considered becoming a consultant? This course is designed to help those who wish to set up a consulting practice get started. Topics will include skills assessments, pricing policies, contracting, marketing, and more. Prerequisite(s): The student must have Internet access, e-mail, and a Netscape, AOL, or Internet Explorer Web browser. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E43 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E43 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E43 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E43 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Wow, What a Great Event! (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to create and coordinate successful special events. Develop skills, find resources and gain confidence to plan and produce any size or type of event. This course reveals proven tips, tools, techniques, and procedures used by experts and master event planners to help you avoid embarrassing and costly planning errors or production mistakes. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E99 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E99 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E99 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E99 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E99 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Fundamentals of Technical Writing (.5 AEC) ONLINE This course will teach you the skills you need to succeed as a technical writer. You will learn how to translate complex information into easily understood language and how to become a wizard at marrying the art of publishing with the science of technology. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. BSN E71 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E71 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E71 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BSN E71 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

A to Z Grant Writing (1.5 AEC) ONLINE A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative seminar specially created for executive directors, organizers, board members, community volunteers, development officers and individuals who want to learn a “bird’s eye” view of the grant writing process and learn how to research and develop mutually beneficial relationships with potential funding sources. Organize a grant writing campaign and keep track of all funding sources, requests and donations. Prepare complete proposal packages, and dissolve crisis management and submit 100 proposals a year in 10 hours a week. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E10 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E10 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E10 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E10 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E10 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals (2 AEC) ONLINE Rapid growth in the health, legal services, data processing, management, public relations, and other industries have created many new job opportunities for administrative assistants. This course will help you discover and master the essentials of managerial and staff support, information and records management, communications technology, travel and meeting coordination, space planning, and office ergonomics. You’ll become an indispensable member of your team by identifying opportunities and implementing solutions to turn your office into a high productivity machine. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E71 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E71 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E71 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E71 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E71 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Effective Business Writing (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Do you have a nagging suspicion that a small improvement in your writing skills might also improve your career prospects? Do not let small gaps in your business writing skills prevent you from reaching your full potential! If you communicate with others in writing, you need this course to help you identify and eliminate problem areas. By the end of this course, you’ll know the secret to developing powerful written documents that immediately draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue until your very last, well chosen word.

Requirements: Internet access, e-mail, and Netscape or Internet Explorer Web browser. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E53 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E53 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E53 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E53 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E53 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

MANAGEMENT

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Professional Development, Online

ONL E43 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

JOB SKILLS

Employment Law Fundamentals (2 AEC) ONLINE Learn the basics of employment law so you can legally hire, evaluate, and manage employees. Learn the difference between an employee and an independent contractor; the basic types of employee benefits; effective hiring, evaluation, and termination procedures; methods to resolve employment disputes in and out of court; discrimination and union laws; and workplace safety rules. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E70 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E70 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E70 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E70 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E70 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Keys to Effective Communication (1.5 AEC) ONLINE If you often find yourself at a loss for words or lack confidence in your communication abilities, you’ll appreciate this course. Become more confident, create a great first impression, get along well with others, and create more and better personal and professional relationships. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. OFT E48 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 OFT E48 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 OFT E48 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 OFT E48 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 OFT E48 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E71 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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Professional Development, Online (continued) Interpersonal Communication (1.5 AEC) ONLINE This course will show you how to manage the conscious and unconscious codes of meaning we send to each other and to respond with appropriate codes in turn. This course explains and explores concepts of verbal and nonverbal expression including personal style, listening, relationship dynamics, selfesteem, conflict management, and cultural and gender communication differences. Internet access, e-mail and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

BSN E55 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E87 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E55 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E87 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E55 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E87 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E55 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E87 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BSN E55 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E87 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Teams and Team Building (1 AEC) ONLINE Large ambitious projects usually require that people work together, and effective teams are an intermediary goal towards getting good, sustainable results. Industry has seen increasing efforts through training and cross-training to help people to work together more effectively and to accomplish shared goals, whether colleagues are present or working in remote locations. This class is designed to provide the leader an introduction to team dynamics and the skills needed to give a team purpose and a sense of direction and accomplishment. BUS E06 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E06 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E06 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E06 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Leadership Development (1 AEC) ONLINE Leadership skills can help you gain the respect and admiration of others, while also allowing you to enjoy success in your career and more control over your destiny. Contrary to popular belief, leadership skills can be learned and developed. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

Total Quality Fundamentals (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to effectively apply the fundamentals of total quality. Understand what quality is and learn about the history of the quality movement. Discover the role of customers in quality and determine the major elements of a quality system. Master key concepts such as the cost of non-quality, variation, and total employee involvement (TEI). Increase your value to your company by learning about various motivational models, leadership, and teamwork. Determine how to effectively apply quality standards by creating and implementing internal and external auditing activities. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E97 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E97 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E97 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E97 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E97 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E04 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 17, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL C46 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

BUS E04 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E04 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

SUP E24 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E98 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

SUP E24 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E98 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

SUP E24 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E98 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

SUP E24 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E98 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E04 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E04 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

SUP E24 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Supervisory Skills: An Introduction (.5 AEC) ONLINE This course provides an overview of the skills and knowledge supervisors need to be effective as they begin the job, including the role and responsibilities of the supervisor; managing employee performance; and dealing with different types of employees. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

ONL E98 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Resume Writing Workshop ONLINE Create an effective resume, or improve the one you already have. Transform your resume into a powerful tool that will get you interviews. This workship will lead you through a selfassessment series so you will have extensive knowledge about the product you are marketing — you! Learn different resume formats, how to write an employment objective and tricks to writing persuasive cover letters. Make the most of your work experience. Know what to reveal in a resume and what to keep to yourself. This course also covers the use of online resumes and Internet resume secrets. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to effectively apply the elements and methods of Six Sigma. Understand how more than 25 tools and methods relate to the DMAIC (define, measure, analyze, improve, and control) model. Determine the relationship of basic statistics to Six Sigma and learn about the Six Sigma business cases including strategic planning, the voice of the customer (VOC), quality function deployment (QFD), benchmarking, and financial investment methods. Discover how to use brainstorming, Pareto charts, and critical to quality to help define processes, problems, and opportunities. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

BUS E06 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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Fundamentals of Supervision and Management (1.5 AEC) ONLINE If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or want to learn how to become a more effective manager, this course will help you master the basics of business by learning the language of management. A large part of the manager’s job involves getting things done through other people, and this course will help you understand how to influence and direct other people’s performance. Finally, you will learn how to solve problems and resolve conflicts so you can accomplish your job more effectively. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

ONL C46 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C46 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C46 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C46 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* Get Assertive! (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Are you tired of being intimidated and treated badly by others? Discover how you lose power when you talk and how to gain it back. Find out the secrets to defusing anger and avoiding criticism. Gain the skills to be assertive with family members, friends, bosses, co-workers, professionals and clerks. It’s your turn to speak out! For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E93 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E93 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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ONL E93 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E57 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

TEC E16 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E93 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E57 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

TEC E16 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E93 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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TEC E16 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Manufacturing Applications Increase efficiencies and productivity by learning to apply the principles and concepts of manufacturing. BUS E40 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E40 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

BUS E40 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E40 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Mastery of Business Fundamentals Are you interested in acquiring practical business experience in strategic planning, management, and finance without enrolling in an MBA program? This course is for you! You’ll understand the significance of strategic planning and discover how external and internal environmental factors affect and organization. You’ll learn about various organizational structures and determine how to use leadership, motivation, and control for maximum impact. You’ll master the fundamentals of accounting and increase your knowledge about key financial terms, cash flow management, financial investment models and you’ll learn the basics of financial planning and budgeting methods. You’ll even understand the basic principles of business law, contracts, and the principal-agency relationship. BUS E49 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E49 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E49 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E49 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E49 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Introduction to Business Analysis (1.5 AEC) (ONLINE) Give yourself an employment advantage by developing analytical skills that are consistently in high demand. This course will teach you powerful quantitative methods that will have you making better, more informed, and more effective business decisions. The days of making critical business decisions by instinct or coin toss are long gone. If you are planning a career in business, you cannot afford to miss this course! BUS E57 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E57 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E57 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E76 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E76 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Project Management Applications (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this course, an experienced project management professional will teach you the same powerful tools and techniques that experienced project management professionals rely on every day. You’ll increase the probability of project success by mastering the tricks of the trade: Earned Value Performance Measurement, Gantt Charts, Network Scheduling, Work Breakdown Structure, and the Cost-Volume Analysis. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

Managing Customer Service (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Customer service personnel interact with current and potential customers every day. But do they truly spend time finding out what customers really want and giving them the highest service possible? In this six-week online course, you’ll discover dynamite methods for bringing out the best in your team, measuring customer service, and anticipating the needs of your reps and your customers. Learn how to attract and hire topnotch reps, succeed with teams, and minimize customer complaints. As an added bonus, you’ll unlock the power of leading by example and setting new trends for customer service in your growing business. Internet access, e-mail, and the Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to register for this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E81 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E81 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E81 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E81 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E81 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E77 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Effective Selling (1.5 AEC) ONLINE The goal of Effective Selling is not to teach you how to make a sale today, but to help you discover how you can easily convert a potential customer into a long-term asset. Effective Selling will help you lay the groundwork for repeat business and your future success. In sales, there are no quick fixes. However, with the knowledge, planning skills, communication techniques, and the understanding of human nature that you will gain from this course, your sales will grow as if by magic. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

ONL E77 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E79 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E77 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E79 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E77 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E77 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

High Speed Project Management (1.5 AEC) ONLINE With accelerated schedules driving many technology projects today, the smart project manager must rapidly retool their skill set. This course offers a breakthrough model for dealing with the realities of managing projects at supersonic speeds. Learn to meet and win the challenges of truncated timelines, shortstaffed project teams, skimpy budgets and crippling risks. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. TEC E16 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TEC E16 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Professional Development, Online

BUS E40 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Project Management Fundamentals (1.5 AEC) ONLINE There are more projects occurring today than at any time in history. Organizations initiate projects to create new computer applications, erect bridges and buildings, improve processes, develop new products, and reorganize company operations. Unfortunately, most organizations do not manage projects well, creating an unprecedented demand for project management practitioners. If you’re new to project management, this course will provide you with the essential information you’ll need to prepare for and complete your first project. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

ONL E79 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E79 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E79 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Professional Sales Strategies (2 AEC) ONLINE Today, there is no shortage of opportunities for skilled salespeople. In good times or bad, companies never stop looking for sales representatives that can help them meet their financial goals. If you have always dreamed of becoming successful in sales, this course is exactly what you need. You will learn how to turn prospects into buyers, how to provide proper customer service, how to develop a sales plan, and more! Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E72 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E72 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E72 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E72 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E72 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT Volunteer Management I (2 AEC) Individuals pursuing the volunteer administration credentialing are expected to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to apply skills required for competent volunteer management. This class examines the five core competencies that serve as a foundation for this profession, regardless of the setting or type of organization where volunteers are at work. SOC E22 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Feb. 11 - April 22, 6:30-9:30 P.M. Room M-142C. $197.00/513.00/13.00

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - ONLINE BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS Keyboarding Technique (1 AEC) ONLINE Learn proper keyboarding techniques for inputting information into a computer. Keyboarding by touch, not sight, will be stressed along with proper fingering for letters, numbers and symbols. Recommended for any non-typist who uses a computer. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. OFC E03 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $113.00/113.00/113.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) OFC E03 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $113.00/113.00/113.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) OFC E03 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $113.00/113.00/113.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee)

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OFC E03 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $113.00/113.00/113.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) OFC E03 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $113.00/113.00/113.00 (Includes $13.00 lab fee) Introduction to the Internet (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Become net-savvy in just a few weeks! Learn where the Internet came from, what makes it tick, and where it’s headed. Learn how MIME will allow you to attach programs, documents and pictures to simple e-mail messages. Learn how to put File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to work for you. Learn advanced search techniques so that you will be able to find virtually anything on the World Wide Web. Get answers to virtually any question you could imagine asking in the Newsgroups, conduct live conferences over the Internet with chat and Internet Telephony. Explore the uncharted wilderness of Gopherspace. Take control of remote computers with Telnet. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E01 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E01 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E01 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E01 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E01 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CompTIA CERTIFICATIONS Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep (1.5 AEC) ONLINE The Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep course focuses on fun technology. You’ll learn everything you need to know to select, install, and service video, sound, portable computers, wired and wireless networks. You’ll learn about security plus get an outstanding troubleshooting methodology. The advanced course completes the three-course CompTIA A+ Certification Exam Prep cycle and prepares you for both the exams and for real life as a PC tech. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

network hardware, cabling standards, remote connectivity, Internet connections, network troubleshooting, and more. CompTIA Network+ Certification also counts as one of the elective exams for the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) certification. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E84 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E84 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E84 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E84 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E84 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep (1.5 AEC) ONLINE The U.S. Department of Labor forecasts that computer security and related computer-support specialties will be among the fastest-growing occupations through 2112. CompTIA’s Security+ Certificate is widely regarded as the entry-level certificate for gaining access to this well-paying, in-demand field. In this six-week course you’ll learn everything you need to know to achieve your Security+ credential. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E99 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E99 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E99 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E99 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E99 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00

COMPUTER REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

CIS E83 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00

Introduction to PC Troubleshooting (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Don’t spend your hard-earned cash on expensive PC repairs! The vast majority of the problems people experience with their computers are completely avoidable, most can be solved with nothing more than a few minutes of your time. Introduction to PC Troubleshooting takes you step by step through the typical hardware and operating system problems encountered by technicians, teaching troubleshooting techniques to decipher any problems encountered by technicians, any problem, and giving you the skills you need to solve them. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

CIS E83 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00

ONL E11 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E83 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E83 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00 CIS E83 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $110.00/110.00/110.00

CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep (1.5 AEC) ONLINE This course will teach you everything you need to know to take and pass the challenging CompTIA Network+ Certification Exam and become an excellent network technician. You’ll learn about topologies, the OSI Seven-Layer model, protocol suites, modern network operating systems,

ONL E11 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E11 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E11 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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ONL E11 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Basic A+ Certification (1.5 AEC) ONLINE This course teaches you how to configure and troubleshoot the hardware common to virtually every personal computer, including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, floppy drives, and hard drives. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E21 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E21 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00

ONL E21 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E21 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 Intermediate A+ Certification: Operating Systems (1.5 AEC) ONLINE This course teaches you DOS, DOS memory management, Windows 3.X tweaking, Windows 9X installation, optimization, and troubleshooting. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E22 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E22 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E22 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E22 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00 ONL E22 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Introduction to C++ Programming (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to program in C++ from a master programming instructor and published author. In this project-oriented course, you’ll skip all the gobbledygook and get right to programming—even if you have no prior programming experience! Before you know it, you’ll be putting together programs that have their own windows and controls, and you’ll see how easy programming really is. By the end of the course, you will be using Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition to write real programs for Microsoft Windows. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. TSC E34 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TSC E34 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TSC E34 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E33 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E33 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E33 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E33 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E33 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Intermediate C# Programming (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Build upon your current knowledge of programming logic by writing Graphical User Interface applications in the C# programming language. Learn how to write applications with menus, toolbars, and files, and find out how to interact with databases and write SQL queries. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E34 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E34 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E34 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E34 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E34 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Java for the Absolute Beginner (1.5 AEC) ONLINE If you want to learn Java but don’t have any prior programming knowledge, you’ll enjoy this course. Explore this exciting new language in a friendly and supportive environment. Build up your confidence with easy-to-understand examples and plenty of skill-building exercises. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Word (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn to use the word processor PC Magazine ranked as one of the strongest and most intelligent programs ever written. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to add, move through, and edit text, move words from one part of your document to another, work on two or more documents simultaneously, change the size or appearance of text, change margins and tab settings, automatically center, right align, justify, and indent text; run the integrated grammar and spelling checker; use the thesaurus, and save, retrieve, copy, organize, and print your documents. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E65 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Computer Information Technology, Online

ONL E21 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $121.00/121.00/121.00

Introduction to C# Programming (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn the fundamentals of computer programming with C#, the in-demand and incredibly useful programming language that incorporates the best features of Visual Basic, C++, and Java. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

CIS E65 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E65 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E65 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E65 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Excel (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Work with numbers? Then you need to learn Excel 2007. In this unique online workshop, you’ll discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. You’ll also learn the secrets behind writing powerful mathematical formulas, using the function wizard to quickly and automatically calculate statistics, loan payments, future value, and more. You’ll also learn the best way to sort and analyze data, create custom charts and graphs, create three-dimensional workbooks, build links between files, endow your worksheets with decision-making capabilities, and automate oft-repeated tasks with macros and buttons. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E01 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E01 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E01 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E95 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E01 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E95 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E01 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E95 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E95 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E95 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed.

TSC E34 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 TSC E34 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Intermediate Microsoft 2007 Excel (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Have you been using Excel to its fullest potential? Learn how to work faster and more productively. Discover how the Pivot Table and AutoFilter can help you rapidly create reports and analyses. Learn advanced graphing techniques and to use functions to get Excel to perform complex math, make decisions, and look up values in a table. Prerequisite(s): Internet access, e-mail, Netscape or Internet Explorer Web Browser, Microsoft Excel 2007 and or, Microsoft Office 2007 for Macintosh users. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

expertise you never dreamed possible. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

BUS E62 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E66 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E08 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2007 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this course, you’ll see what’s new in Outlook 2007 and get up and running quickly with the most important aspects of the program, from basic e-mailing to automating your work with rules. You’ll learn security basics and how to perform maintenance tasks, like backing up your data. You’ll even create a Google Gmail account for class assignments and personal use. Whether you’re new to Outlook or you’ve been using it for years, you’re sure to learn something useful in every lesson. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

ONL E08 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E63 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E08 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E63 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E08 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E63 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E08 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CIS E63 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Access (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how Microsoft’s powerful and award-winning database can help you manage, store, search, analyze, and display important business, personal, or scientific data. You’ll gain practical, hands-on experience with tables, relationships, custom data entry forms, queries, mailing labels, macros, and more. Increase productivity, reduce data entry errors, conduct comprehensive searches, and produce handsome and professionally formatted reports. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E62 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E62 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E62 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E62 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E62 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 MS PowerPoint (2 AEC) ONLINE Use MS PowerPoint to create title charts, organizational charts, pie charts, slides and other presentation graphics required for professional presentations. Students will develop an automated slide show. Knowledge of MS Word is strongly recommended. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. BUS E62 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E62 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 BUS E62 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 5, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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CIS E63 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Discover how to effectively plan, implement, and control projects using Microsoft Project 2007. In this hands-on course, you’ll find out how to apply the world’s most popular project management software to your needs. You’ll convert lists and schedules in an integrated plan you can be proud of, and you’ll see how Microsoft Project can walk you through any project by helping you organize details, sequence tasks, produce a baseline, assign resources and costs, track progress, identify and analyze variances, revise your project plan, create schedules, and share everything with your customers and coworkers. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. CIS E64 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E64 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E64 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E64 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E64 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2007 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this hands-on, project-oriented class for beginners, you’ll learn how to design, create, and publish a wide variety of stunning documents using Microsoft Publisher 2007. If you’re looking for a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to produce professional brochures, newsletters, flyers, or even a Website, Microsoft Publisher 2007 is your solution. This affordable and functionality-packed program can take you to levels of design

CIS E66 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E66 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E66 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 CIS E66 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to use Crystal Reports to convert raw database or accounting data into meaningful and readable reports. Impress your peers, clients, and supervisors by discovering new ways to convey information. By the time you finish this course, you’ll be able to create a wide variety of handsome and sophisticated reports that communicate more than mere facts. You’ll also be able to use charts and maps to present information visually, and cross-tabs to show correlations between loosely related data items. You’ll even find out how to save yourself time and effort by creating a library of custom functions you can use over and over in report after report. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E94 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E94 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E94 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E94 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E94 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT Achieving Top Search Engine Positions for Your Website (1.5 AEC) ONLINE With nearly 90 percent of web traffic coming from search engines, the most important thing you can do to increase your website’s traffic is to increase your search engine ranking. Learn proven, step-by-step strategies to achieve the highest possible position with the major search engines. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E37 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E37 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E37 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E37 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E37 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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ONL E02 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E02 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E02 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E02 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E02 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS - ONLINE CPDU ELIGIBLE Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this professional development course for teachers, you’ll get the training you need to reach the diverse mix of students you face every day, learning proven strategies that turn diversity into opportunity. With students who have learning disabilities, neurobiological disorders, and physical challenges, the modern classroom requires an efficient and effective teacher who can prioritize under tight deadlines and be creative on demand. Learn how to be the kind of super teacher who can guide every student toward academic success. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E66 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E66 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E66 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E66 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E66 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 The Creative Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Creativity will abound in your classroom as you tap into your students’ hidden talents. Learn how to use creativity to teach reading, writing, visual arts, performing arts, social studies, science, mathematics, and physical and health education. Develop creative new approaches to field trips, learning labs, activities, exercises, assignments, and evaluation methods. Think beyond the textbook and challenge your students by making your

classroom a creative classroom! Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

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Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Achievement (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Get the professional development training you need to improve student literacy as an accomplished teacher shares the secrets of turning guided reading strategies into opportunities for teaching writing. Find out how to harness the power of the total literacy framework. The road to literacy is also the road to ingenuity, invention, and imagination, and you’ll soon learn how to take your students from groans to grins with creative lesson plans that really work! For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

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Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Differentiated Instruction (DI) is becoming a mainstay in classrooms across the country as educators are starting to see the ways that the traditional classroom setting limits their ability to reach diverse learners. Join us on this journey through 10 practical DI integration strategies! Count on at least three sample integration lessons on each strategy, and just think of all the ways that you can apply them to improve learning outcomes for your students. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E67 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E67 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E67 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E67 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E67 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Enhancing Language Development in Childhood (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Have fun while enhancing language development! In this fun and user friendly course for teachers, and teaching paraprofessionals, you will discover how children learn to process language and become proficient speakers and thinkers. This course will help you enrich a child’s life by stimulating his or her continued speech, brain, and language development in an enjoyable, age-appropriate, and natural way. For use with children between 1 and 4 years of age. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ECE E01 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ECE E01 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Computer Information Technology, Online-Professional Development for Teachers, Online

Creating Web Pages (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Create and post your very own website on the Internet in this extensive, hands-on workshop. First, you’ll learn about the capabilities of the World Wide Web and the fundamentals of web design. Then, with your instructor’s patient guidance, you’ll plan the content, structure and layout of your website, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, tables, hot buttons, and animation. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

EDU E68 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E68 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E68 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Now more than ever, today’s teachers are grappling with the question of how to reach struggling readers. While there are no quick fixes, thousands of teachers are combining the principles of differentiated instruction and guided reading with unparalleled success. Mixed in the right proportion, these popular strategies will help you build a balanced literary framework that gets results with even the most challenged learners. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E69 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E69 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E69 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E69 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E69 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Integrating Technology in the K-5 Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Educational technology is advancing at an astounding rate, offering todays’s busy teacher quick and easy solutions for more interactive lessons plans, exciting WebQuests, and challenging assignments. Take your teaching to another level with these fun new ways to incorporate technology into your lesson plans. In this course, you’ll learn how to design your presentation station, identify kid-friendly Internet search tools, teach keyboarding, and develop integrated lesson plans in reading,

ECE E01 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ECE E01 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ECE E01 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Professional Development for Teachers, Online (continued) writing, science, math, social studies, as well as music and art. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E86 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E86 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Professional Development for Teachers, Online

ONL E86 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E86 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E86 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Mastering Microsoft Word can make you a more productive and creative teacher. You’ll learn how to create, open, edit, and save documents as well as how to create tabs, margins, and spacing. Then you’ll make your classroom documents come to life. You’ll add borders, clip art, and WordArt. You’ll make your classroom documents come to life. You’ll even insert shapes, pictures, tables, and complete a host of other exciting tasks that you can teach your students. As you get more familiar with this program, you’ll find that it enhances your teaching in ways you didn’t think possible, and you’ll have a host of ideas for curriculum-related classroom projects. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E73 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E73 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E73 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E73 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E73 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Discover the many ways Microsoft’s powerful mathematic and analytic tool can help you and your students. EDU E78 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E78 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E78 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E78 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E78 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Ready, Set, Read! (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Take this opportunity to find out how children really learn to read and write. Explore current research that cuts through the media messages about reading wars and the right way to teach children. Learn by reading stories about children, doing interactive assignments, and exploring the latest in parent and childcare information. You will see everyday children’s play with a new eye as you understand how play can connect to literacy. Gain confidence in your ability to guide a child’s literacy development, and take pleasure in seeing how even the littlest events can lead to really bid steps in reading and writing success. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E82 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E82 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E82 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E82 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E82 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Survival Kit for New Teachers (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Feel a little trepidation before entering your classroom? You’re not alone! Whether you’re already teaching a newly credentialed graduate, or a substitute looking to transition to fulltime, this course will provide you with proven tools, tips, and tricks to make your early years in the classroom a breeze. Teaching is a balancing act, and it requires a blend of subject expertise and classroom skills to reach all of your diverse learners. In this informational and interactive course, you’ll learn the particulars of running a motivational classroom that will feel like home to your students. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web brower are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E84 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E84 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E84 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E84 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E84 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Why do some teachers enjoy peaceful, orderly classrooms while other teachers face daily discipline battles? The answer is that many teachers have not been taught the secrets to solving discipline problems. This course reveals those secrets and presents a step-by-step approach to effective, positive classroom discipline. Teachers continually rate this course one of the most valuable they have ever taken. Internet access, e-mail, and Internet Explorer, Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E83 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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ONL E83 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E83 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E83 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E83 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II (1.5 AEC) ONLINE In this professional development course, you will get the teacher training needed to deal effectively with serious discipline problems and help even the most challenging students you’re teaching make more responsible choices. For course registration, please see Page 42. EDU E74 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E74 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E74 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E74 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E74 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Teaching Math: Grades 4-6 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Reinvent math instruction for grades 4-6 by bringing hands-on learning, inexpensive manipulatives, and real-world connections into your classroom. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E75 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E75 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E75 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E75 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E75 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Teaching Science: Grades 4-6 (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Ready to maximize your abilities in teaching science? You’ll learn about foundational content in physical, life, and earth science, and ways to teach that content to your students. Discover specific teaching methods and science process skills, and learn how to improve the emotional climate in your classroom. Lots of examples and worksheets you can use in your own classroom are included. There’s a big emphasis on the scientific method, and there’s even an entire lesson devoted to science fairs! For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU E76 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E76 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E76 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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EDU E76 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

EDU E77 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

EDU E76 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

EDU E77 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

ONL E91 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E91 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E91 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E91 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E91 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Using the Internet in the Classroom (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Harness the power of the Internet to make your textbooks and lessons come alive! Teach your students how to locate and evaluate Internet resources. Improve the caliber and amount of discussion through the use of e-mail and discussion boards. Learn how to safeguard your students and their personal information while they are using the Internet. The Internet can make teaching easier, this course will show you how. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL E89 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E89 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E89 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E89 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 ONL E89 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Learn how to successfully meet the diverse needs of the learning disabled students in your classroom from an experienced special educator. We’ll dissect the whole special education process, from working with individualized education programs (IEPs) to helping students struggling with reading comprehension, math skills, and writing. Empower yourself by discovering easy, practical, and creative strategies that you can use to help your struggling students to find their light bulb moments! EDU E77 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 EDU E77 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

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TEST PREPARATION GMAT Preparation ONLINE Applying to graduate business and management schools usually means taking the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Our GMAT Preparation course is a must. Taking this course will provide you with test-taking techniques and methods for improving your score and saving time on all GMAT question types. You’ll review the more familiar questions and learn how to approach question types that may be new to you, like critical reasoning and data sufficiency. In the verbal lessons, we will discuss how to do your best on reading comprehension questions, sentence correction questions, critical reasoning questions, and the analytical writing assessment. In the quantitative lessons, we provide a comprehensive math review and techniques for tackling both problem solving and data sufficiency questions. You will practice on actual GMAT tests from previous years, which is the best way to prepare for any standardized test. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU C42 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C42 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C42 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C42 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C42 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* GRE Preparation Part 1 (Verbal and Analytical) ONLINE This course covers all question types on the verbal and analytical sections of the GRE. We will discuss how to do your best on reading comprehension, analogies, sentence completions, antonyms, and logical and analytical reasoning questions. We will cover time saving techniques for both the paper-based and computer administrations of the test. Internet access, e-mail, and the Internet Explorer or Netscape or Firefox Web browser are required to enroll in this course. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU C43 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C43 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C43 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C43 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C43 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

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EDU C44 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Professional Development for Teachers, Online-Test Preparation

Understanding Adolescents (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Yesterday, she was a sweet young girl. Today, you swear aliens have abducted her and put an evil twin in her place. To know your kids is to love them. In this course, an experienced social worker will help you gain a deep understanding and appreciation of your adolescent’s development and behavior. You’ll uncover the secrets of the adolescent mind and gain valuable information on how they think, how they feel, and how their identities develop. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

GRE Preparation - Part 2 (Quantitative) ONLINE This course features a math review and techniques for tackling the quantitative comparison, discrete quantitative, and data interpretation questions that make up the math section of the GRE. We will also cover time saving techniques for both the paper-based and computer administrations of the test. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42.

EDU C44 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C44 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C44 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C44 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* LSAT Preparation - Part 1 ONLINE Taking both Part 1 and Part 2 will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years and also learn proven test-taking techniques. LSAT Preparation - Part 1 provides an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law and law school survival techniques. You will also participate in an intensive review of analytical reasoning questions, including techniques for drafting the three most helpful types of diagrams, and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices. You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor for preparing the writing sample. Prerequisite: required text, which should be purchased prior to the beginning of class: 10 More Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests, published by the Law School Admission Council. For course registration procedures please see Page 42. EDU C45 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C45 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C45 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C45 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C45 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* LSAT Preparation - Part 2 ONLINE Taking both Part 1 and Part 2 will prepare you to perform well on all three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and analytical reasoning. You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years and also learn proven test-taking techniques. Prerequisite: required text, which should be purchased prior to the beginning of

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Test Preparation (continued) class: 10 More Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests, published by the Law School Admission Council. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU C46 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C46 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Test Preparation-Sports, Fitness and Recreation

EDU C46 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C46 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C46 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 1 ONLINE So, you’ve decided you’re going to college. Now you just need to take the entrance exams! This course will prepare you to take the verbal question types on both the ACT and the SAT. SAT/ACT Preparation Part 1 is designed to prepare you for the reading, English, and science sections of the ACT and the critical reading and writing sections of the SAT. You’ll refresh your knowledge of verbal topics and learn techniques that can help you relieve test taking anxiety. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU C47 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C47 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C47 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C47 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C47 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2 ONLINE In this second half of the SAT/ACT Preparation we’ll review arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics as well as the Student Produced Response questions on the SAT. We’ll practice techniques and approaches using similar exam questions and fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect answers. Taking both courses in this two-part series will prepare you for question types on each test using test-taking techniques pioneered by Scott Hatch in 1980 and taught to thousands of college-bound students around the world. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. EDU C48 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C48 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C48 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C48 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* EDU C48 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

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SPORTS, FITNESS AND RECREATION DANCE Beginning Belly Dancing Learn an ancient and exotic art form and a sound approach to good physical conditioning. Warm-up exercises, dance steps and routines are included. Bring leotards or wear non-restrictive clothing. REC C05 550 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - March 11, 7-8 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C05 551 Triton College Meets Mondays, March 25 - May 6, 7-8 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C05 552 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - March 16, 11 A.M.-Noon Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C05 553 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 18, 11 A.M.-Noon Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* Intermediate Belly Dancing Warm-ups and stretching, more complex dance movements and routines, drills and rhythms will be taught along with veil and floor work. Get toned and fit while enjoying this sensual art form. Prerequisite: REC C05, Belly Dancing I or comparable skills. REC C55 550 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - March 16, 12:05-1:05 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C55 551 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 18, 12:05-1:05 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C55 552 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 13, 8-8:50 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* REC C55 553 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, March 27 - May 8, 8-8:55 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* Dancercise With Zumba Dance your way to a fitter you! With exciting and unique Latin moves and rhythms, Zumba is taking the world by storm! Zumba is a fitness/Latin dance program designed to strengthen the heart and lungs, trim and tone the entire body, increase flexibility, improve coordination and develop body awareness. Zumba combines high energy and motivating Latin music with unique dance moves that allow participants to dance away their worries. PED C46 25 Ridgewood Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 12 - April 9, 7-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - April 4, 7-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 40 East Leyden Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 19, 7:30-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $27.00/27.00/14.00*

PED C46 550 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 16, 9:30-10:30 A.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 551 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 25, 9:30-10:30 A.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 552 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 20, 7-8 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 553 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, March 27 - May 15, 7-8 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 554 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - March 11, 1-1:50 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 555 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 13, 1-1:50 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 556 Triton College Meets Fridays, Jan. 25 - March 15, 11-11:55 A.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 557 Triton College Meets Fridays, April 5 - May 24, 11-11:55 A.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 558 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 13, 9-9:50 A.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* PED C46 559 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - March 26, 7:30-8:20 P.M. Room R-229. $27.00/27.00/14.00* Beginning Ballroom Dancing Don’t be a wallflower any longer. In this introductory course for singles and couples, you’ll learn to waltz, fox-trot, swing, rumba, cha-cha and tango. Add more fun to your life. Try dancing. Partners are not provided, you are encouraged to sign up with a friend. REC C56 25 Ridgewood Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - April 18, 7-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C56 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 7-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C56 66 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - March 28, 7-8:20 P.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Intermediate Ballroom Dancing Review basic dance steps and learn intermediate-level dances of cha-cha, rumba, tango, fox-trot and waltz. Prerequisite: REC C56, Beginning Ballroom Dancing or comparable skills. Partners are not provided, you are encouraged to sign up with a friend. REC C57 31 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 8:30-9:50 P.M. Cafeteria. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C57 65 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - March 28, 8:30-9:50 P.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00*

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Swing Dancing Swing is the thing! Learn to be comfortable on the dance floor and enjoy this revised dance craze. Singles and couples are welcome. REC C13 25 Ridgewood Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - March 20, 7-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $32.00/32.00/21.00* Basic Stepping Learn basic skills of stepping. This class will teach you the basic footwork, counting procedure and basic turns needed to get you out on the dance floor. REC C36 01 Triton College Meets Fridays, Jan. 25 - Feb. 22, 7:30-9:30 P.M. Room R-221. $40.00/40.00/20.00*

Total Fitness Center Whether you’re male or female, in or out of shape, by participating in our total fitness program, you’ll get an exercise prescription that’s just perfect for you. A personalized computer assessment will establish a blend of workouts on Universal exercise machines, aerobic bicycles and the indoor track to maximize the results of your exercise time. Join the fun, and enjoy the results. Must attend first four sessions. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. PED C37 101 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 6-6:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 102 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 7-7:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 103 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 8-8:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

Intermediate Stepping This class is for students who have taken the basic course or for those who have been stepping for a while and are looking to add to their stepping repertoire. Prerequisite: REC C36, Basic Stepping.

PED C37 104 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 9-9:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

REC C41 01 Triton College Meets Fridays, Jan. 25 - Feb. 22, 7:30-9:30 P.M. Room R-221. $40.00/40.00/20.00*

PED C37 105 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 10-10:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

REC C41 02 Triton College Meets Fridays, March 1 - April 5, 7:30-9:30 P.M. Room R-221. $40.00/40.00/20.00*

PED C37 107 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, Noon12:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

Line Dancing: Beginning Learn to enjoy easy-to-do line dancing. You don’t need special shoes or special talent or a special partner. Just get in line, shake away the blues and shape up your body!

PED C37 109 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 5-5:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

REC C14 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 12:30-1:50 P.M. Room R-221. $87.00/87.00/28.00* Line Dancing: Intermediate Learn to enjoy some of the more challenging dances that make country line dancing so popular. REC C26 65 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 10-11:20 A.M. Room R-221. $87.00/87.00/28.00* Latin Club Dancing Have a good time learning basic steps in salsa, merengue, rumba, cha-cha, samba. Learn partnering skills and gain confidence to hit the Latin clubs. Come join the fun. REC C42 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - March 16, 11 A.M.-12:50 P.M. Room 115. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C42 551 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 18, 11 A.M.-12:50 P.M. Room 115. $50.00/50.00/24.00*

PED C37 110 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 6-6:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 111 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 7-7:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 112 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 7-7:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 113 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 8-8:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 114 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 9-9:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 115 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 10-10:50 A.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 119 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 5-5:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee) PED C37 120 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 6-6:50 P.M. Room R-101. $126.00/284.00/34.00* (Includes $28.00 lab fee)

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Fitness After Fifty Maintaining or regaining a lively way of life is especially important for older Americans. Energy and zest are essential to enjoying each day to the fullest. Join other mature adults who are determined to lead healthy and fit lives. This program includes exercise, proper breathing, movement to music and general discussions about health. PED C06 60 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 1, 9-10:20 A.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* PED C06 61 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - April 3, 9-10:20 A.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* PED C06 63 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, April 8 - May 8, 9-10:20 A.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Beginning Yoga Yoga is a system of physical exercise and mental relaxation as well as an attitude toward life. You will gain peace of mind and the ability to relax as you improve muscle tone and body flexibility. Learn how to cope with stress and tension via this coed class. Bring yoga mat to class.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Sports, Fitness and Recreation

REC C36 02 Triton College Meets Fridays, March 1 - April 5, 7:30-9:30 P.M. Room R-221. $40.00/40.00/40.00*

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REC C18 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 15, 6-7:20 P.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 02 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 15, 7:30-8:50 P.M. Room R-221. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 20 Elmwood Park Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 23, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room LIB. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 25 Ridgewood Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - May 15, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 31 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - April 25, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 32 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Cafeteria. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 7:30-8:50 P.M. Gym. $50.00/50.00/24.00* REC C18 40 East Leyden Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - April 3, 7-8:50 P.M. Room . $50.00/50.00/24.00* Restorative Yoga As your yoga brings you more flexibility, explore a greater variety of yoga poses, breathing techniques and attitudes. Learn to go more deeply into the postures and experience quietude and peace of mind. Prerequisite: REC C18, Beginning Yoga or comparable skill. REC C19 25 Ridgewood Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - May 9, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00*

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Sports, Fitness and Recreation (continued) Pilates Mat Class (Beginning) The Pilates method incorporates Eastern and Western philosophies of physical and mental conditioning which focus on repatterning, realigning, clarifying, and defining the body. Pilates mat work is a structured regimen of continuously flowing, rhythmic movements designed to strengthen, lengthen and tone your body without machines. Pilates has long been revered as the best all-around workout technique; optimize flexibility, balance, coordination, range of motion and muscular endurance. REC C24 20 Elmwood Park Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - May 9, 7-8 P.M. Room LIB. $27.00/27.00/13.00*

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Sports, Fitness and Recreation

LAMAS Qi Gong (Chinese Healing) Qi Gong, referred to as “the skill of breath,” is an ancient Chinese healing practice, which promotes vibrant, radiant health. LAMAS Qi Gong involves the regulation of the body and the mind together with respiration control, self-massage, and movements which are soft, gentle, easy-flowing, and meditative. When combining controlled breathing techniques with Daoyin movements and visualization, Qi Gong offers a way to relieve stress, gain flexibility, increase longevity, and enhance vitality. Qi Gong can be practiced by students of any age or physical ability and can be done sitting or standing. REC C93 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 19, 9-10:50 A.M. Room R-229. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Beginning Tai Chi Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese art that combines therapeutic breathing and slow, flowing movement into a unique form of exercise that tones and strengthens without stress or strain. Akin to yoga, it is beautiful to watch and enjoyably stimulating to perform. PED C54 20 Elmwood Park Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 2, 6:30-7:30 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/24.00* NIA - Neurological Integrative Action A unique fitness class that includes Neurological Integrative Action (NIA). Blends modern dance, martial arts and healing to achieve individual fitness goals. Students express themselves through movement and sensation and results in bringing the body, mind, spirit and emotions to optimum health, inspired by music and guidance. Come experience the power of NIA in this safe, grounded, barefoot, cardio workout. Appropriate for all fitness levels. No dance experience is necessary. “Through movement, you will find health.” REC C97 001 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 8, 9-9:50 A.M. Room R-229. $37.00/37.00/27.00* REC C97 020 Elmwood Park Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 20 - May 1, 6:30-7:20 P.M. Room TBA. $37.00/37.00/27.00*

Aquacize for Seniors This water exercise course is designed especially for older adults. You’ll exercise in the shallow end of the pool to limber up stiff joints and to tone your body. Bring your own lock and towel. Plan to be in the water the first night of class. (Also listed as PED C49). PED C74 61 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 9-9:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C74 62 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 9-9:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C74 63 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C74 64 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Arthritis Aquatic Program Endorsed by the Arthritis Foundation, this water exercise class is designed for people who have arthritis, mild or severe. With the aid of the water’s buoyancy and resistance, the gentle movement may improve joint flexibility and muscle strength. Physician’s consent is necessary. Bring your own lock and towel. Plan to be in the water the first class. PED C15 61 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C15 62 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C15 63 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 11-11:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C15 64 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 11-11:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Beginning Swimming If you never learned to swim as a child and are afraid of the water, fear not! Help is at hand. With an understanding teacher, you can overcome your fear of the water and learn a few basic strokes. You’ll feel better once you’ve conquered your fear, and you’ll enjoy your new water skills. Bring your own suit, lock and towel. Plan to swim during the first class. PED C16 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 8-8:50 P.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C16 02 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 2-2:50 P.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Intermediate Swimming for Adults If you can swim the length of the pool and can do a few basic strokes, now is the time to develop your skills and to build up your endurance. Swimming is not only fun, but also an excellent way to exercise. Bring your own lock and towel. Plan to swim during the first class. Prerequisite: PED C16, Beginning Swimming or comparable skills.

Aquacize Get in shape in a refreshing new way with a combination of aerobics and toning exercises. Swimming skills not necessary. Bring your own lock and towel. Plan to be in the water the first class. PED C49 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 9-9:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C49 02 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 9-9:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C49 03 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C49 04 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C49 05 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 7-7:50 P.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C49 06 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 7-7:50 P.M. Pool. $114.00/114.00/88.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee)

SPORTS Badminton for Fun Badminton is one of the fastest growing racket sports in the United States. Why not give this a try? You’ll get a great workout and meet new friends. Rackets and shuttlecocks will be provided. Basic rules and strategies will be discussed. PED C25 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - May 1, 8-9:50 P.M. Gym. $67.00/67.00/24.00* Beginning Golf Get acquainted with the game of golf and learn how to handle a golf club with ease and confidence. Learn the basic rules of play, terminology and equipment needed, and practice the skills and techniques to help you enjoy the game. Learn the fundamentals of the swing, the swing with irons and woods, pitching and chipping, putting and more. Bring a 5-iron to first class. First class meets at Triton College; all following classes will be off-site. (Charge for golf-balls not included in fees— additional $9 per bucket.) PED C07 02 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - April 25, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room R-104B. $163.00/163.00/120.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Intermediate Golf Sharpen your golf skills and improve your swing and score. Learn to determine the best strategies for touchy situations as well as how to use woods and irons correctly. Receive individualized instruction on your problem areas. Tee off like never before! First class meets at Triton College; all following classes will be held off-site. Prerequisite: PED C07, Beginning Golf or comparable skills. PED C08 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room 104B. Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $163.00/163.00/120.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee)

PED C17 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 8-8:50 P.M. Pool. $98.00/98.00/72.00* (Includes $16.00 lab fee)

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LIFE AND FAMILY Introduction to the History of Architecture Study of the development of interior and exterior architecture. Architectural space is studied through the designed environment, formed by social, political, religious and cultural forces throughout history. Emphasis on architectural traditions of western civilization, especially as they affect the built environment of America. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are non-credit only. ARC E10 101 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 6-8:50 P.M. Room M-150B. $302.00/776.00/26.00 (Includes $7.00 lab fee)

ART C16 20 Elmwood Park Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room 043. $101.00/101.00/36.00* ART C16 25 Ridgewood Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - May 7, 6:30-8:50 P.M. Room 118. $101.00/101.00/36.00* ART C16 40 East Leyden Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - May 16, 7-8:50 P.M. Room . $101.00/101.00/36.00* Basic Sketching and Drawing Learn basic sketching and drawing techniques using pencil, pen and charcoal. Develop your artistic eye, learn to understand and use interpretive line, study texture and shading. Bring an 11- by 14-inch sketch pad (not newsprint), a kneaded eraser and two or more of the following pencils—6B, 4B, 2B, HB, H, 2H—to the first class. ART C31 25 Ridgewood Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - March 13, 7-8:20 P.M. Room 118. $40.00/40.00/30.00* Introduction to Theater Role of theater as a major fine art and a communicator of ideas, human understanding and cultural values. Contributions of the playwright, actor/actress, director, designer and technician to theatrical production are covered. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. SPE E30 101 Triton College Meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Jan. 23 - May 17, 10-10:50 A.M. Room E-312. $295.00/769.00/19.00 Acting I Fundamentals of acting concentration, observation, playing action, body and vocal control and other basics are taught and implemented through acting exercises, improvisations and scene study. Major acting approaches are introduced and used as the basis for helping the actor to acquire the craft in order to create believable characters. For course sections numbered 101

SPE E61 103 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 11 A.M.12:15 P.M. Room J-212. $295.00/769.00/19.00 Parenting the Adolescent Are gray hairs sprouting overnight because you are trying to cope with an unpredictable teenager? Learn how to fight, love, and play fair with your young adult. SOC C17 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Thursdays, April 4 - May 2, 7-9:50 P.M. Room 105. $52.00/52.00/25.00*

FINANCE Getting Out Of Debt Are you thinking about your future, including your financial future? This class is designed to help you take charge of your financial situation and how to understand budgeting and spending, understanding the ins and outs of credit, credit repair, how to negotiate with credit card companies, how to improve your credit score, investment building wealth opportunities, and how to develop your own action plans to achieve your dream. FIN C52 40 East Leyden Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 13-27, 7-7:50 P.M. Room 146. $40.00/40.00/25.00* Introduction to Investing This course covers the basic building blocks of successful investing. Topics include selecting stocks for growth and income; utility investing; tax-free municipal bonds; corporate and government bonds for higher income; mutual fund alternatives; source of investment ideas; how to read the financial pages; investment terminology; and how to construct an investment portfolio to meet specific objectives. Experienced and novice investors will find this course useful. FIN C34 15 Proviso West Meets Mondays, Feb. 4 - April 29, 7-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $50.00/50.00/25.00* FIN C34 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 7-8:20 P.M. Room 273. $50.00/50.00/25.00* Finance for the Non-Financial Manager Enhance your marketing, sales, manufacturing, engineering or general management skills by studying finance. Learn basic financial concepts, terms and principles. BUS E66 25 Ridgewood Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - April 25, 6:30-7:50 P.M. Room TBA. $197.00/513.00/13.00 Budgeting 101 Effectively manage your financial resources. Learn step by step how to put together a budget that REALLY works. This course will teach you how to determine areas of overspending and where other adjustments need to be made. Whether you are in need of life-saving solutions or simply need to fine tune your spending habits, this guideline budget is the most effective way to understand and manage your finances. FIN C48 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 13-27, 6:30-7:30 P.M. Room TBA. $40.00/40.00/25.00*

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FOODS Beverage Management Basic setup and operation of a fully equipped beverage system. Concentration will be promotion, preparation and serving of alcoholic beverages and special party drinks. Alcohol laws and production process for distilled spirits and liquors also are covered. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. HIA E06 101 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 4:30-8:30 P.M. Room B-225. Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 4:30-8:30 P.M. Room B-217. $197.00/513.00/13.00 Beginning Cake Decorating Discover the beautiful art of cake decorating. You’ll learn how to prepare cakes for decoration, as well as the various icing for each type of decoration. Learn to make a variety of flowers, including the rose! Materials needed will be discussed at first class meeting, additional cost is approximately $30-$35. CKG C68 15 Proviso West Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - Feb. 13, 7-8:50 P.M. Room TBA. $39.00/39.00/28.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee)

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Life and Famiy

Beginning Drawing Unleash your talent! Drawing is something you really can learn about. Develop your knowledge of drawing tools, materials and techniques as you learn about form, perspective and composition. Establish your individual creativity and style with still life, figure and even cartoon drawing in this introductory course.

and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only.

CKG C68 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Thursdays, Feb. 14 - March 7, 6:30-8:20 P.M. Room 158. $39.00/39.00/28.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C68 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Fridays, Feb. 1-22, 10-11:50 A.M. Room 112. $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C68 552 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - Feb. 18, 7-8:50 P.M. Room 112. $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) Intermediate Cake Decorating You’ve tried cake decorating and have mastered the basics. Now learn how to make life-like flowers and how to use them in attractive floral arrangements for cakes. You’ll also learn top borders for special-occasion cakes. Supplies needed will be discussed at first class meeting, additional cost is approximately $30-$35. CKG C70 15 Proviso West Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 27 - March 20, 7-9 P.M. Room TBA. $39.00/39.00/28.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C70 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Fridays, March 1-22, 10-11:50 A.M. Room TBA $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C70 552 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, Feb. 25 - March 18, 7-8:50 P.M. Room TBA $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee)

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Life and Family (continued) Advanced Cake Decorating Learn advanced decorating techniques used in making professional-looking tiered cakes! You’ll also learn the color flow techniques, lace work and more. Supplies needed for course will be discussed at first class meeting, additional cost is approximately $30-$35. CKG C71 15 Proviso West Meets Wednesdays, April 3-24, 7-9 P.M. Room TBA. $39.00/39.00/28.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C71 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, March 25 - April 15, 7-8:50 P.M. Room 112. $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee) CKG C71 552 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Fridays, April 5-26, 10-11:50 A.M. Room 112. $33.00/33.00/22.00* (Includes $6.00 lab fee)

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Life and Family

Advanced Cake Decorating with Fondant & Gum Paste Continue learning advanced decorating techniques with fondant and gum paste. Discover a great new way to add excitement to your cakes using a variety of fondant techniques and the beauty of decorating with gum paste. You will learn how to create flowers and accents with detail. You will be prepared to decorate a great professional-looking cake. Prerequisite(s): CKG C68 and CKGC70 CKG C72 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, April 22 - May 13, 7-8:50 P.M. Room 112. $27.00/27.00/16.00* CKG C72 551 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Fridays, May 3-24, 10-11:50 A.M. Room 112. $27.00/27.00/16.00* Chocolate (2 AEC) Fundamentals of working with chocolate, history and various types of chocolate. Students will learn to temper, molded and free-form creations, candies and creation of showpieces. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. HIA E29 101 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 9, 4-9 P.M. Room B-200. $229.00/545.00/45.00 (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Introductory Baking/Pastry (3 AEC) Fundamentals of baking and pastry, equipment, ingredients, weights and measures, technology, preparation and storage, the production of desserts, breads and rolls are included. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. HIA E28 101 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 8:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M. Room B-152. $337.00/811.00/61.00 (Includes $42.00 lab fee)

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed.

HIA E28 102 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 2:30-7:30 P.M. Room B-152. $337.00/811.00/61.00 (Includes $42.00 lab fee) HIA E28 103 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 8:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M. Room B-152. $337.00/811.00/61.00 (Includes $42.00 lab fee) Culinary Arts Quantity Food Prep I (3 AEC) Students participate in supervised back of the house activities in conjunction with the faculty dining operation. Experience is provided in the following areas: basic cooking techniques, preparation of soups, sauces, entrees, vegetables, starches, and garnishes. Sanitation, recipe reviews and analysis, and a knowledge of tools and equipment included. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. HIA E30 101 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 8 A.M.-2 P.M. Room B-200. $337.00/811.00/61.00 (Includes $42.00 lab fee) HIA E30 102 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 2:30-8:30 P.M. Room B-200. $337.00/811.00/61.00 (Includes $42.00 lab fee) Artisan Breads (3 AEC) Fundamental of baking yeast breads, production of rolls, baguettes, bagels and hearth breads, ethnic and specialty breads emphasized. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. HIA E34 101 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 7 A.M.-Noon Room B-152. $335.00/809.00/59.00 (Includes $40.00 lab fee)

COMPUTERS/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPUTERS/BASICS Computer Learning/Open Lab at Nuevos Horizontes Nuevos Horizontes offers access to its computer-learning center for independent use. Participants have access to the Internet, utilizing a fast connection T-1, e-mail and the most current software available. NHC C01 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Mondays, Jan. 23 - May 17, 9 A.M.-Noon and 4-9 P.M.; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, , 9 A.M.-3 P.M. and 4-9 P.M. Room 101. $.00/.00* E.T.R.C. Open Lab: Fall or Spring Full Semester Use The Educational Technology Resource Center’s (E.T.R.C.) primary goal is to provide computer resources to Triton students who currently are enrolled in courses. However, individuals not currently enrolled in a course have access to the Educational Technology Resource Center by enrolling in this E.T.R.C. open lab course. This E.T.R.C. open lab course provides a stimulating, educational environment complete with the most current software and newest technology. Benefits of this course include unlimited Internet use with fast Internet speed, Triton e-mail, scanners, laser and color printing and convenient lab hours. The E.T.R.C.’s current policy for the use

of this center is applicable. Register at the Welcome Desk located in the Student Center in B Building or call (708) 4560300, Ext 3130. Open lab hours are: Monday through Friday, 7:30 A.M. - 10:45 P.M., Saturday, 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. and Sunday, Noon - 4 P.M. Hours vary for Interim Session, holidays and finals week. Please call the E.T.R.C. lab at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3416 or 3265 for time changes. ETR C01 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 23 - May 17, 8 A.M.-10 P.M.; Fridays, 8 A.M.-5 P.M;. Saturdays, 8 A.M.-4 P.M. Room A-100. $32.00/32.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Internet Essential Skills (.5 AEC) This class is designed to give you all the basics on how to “survive” on the Internet. We’ll introduce you to e-mail, how to do it, why you want it, etc. We’ll also introduce you to the World Wide Web. You’ll learn to use Netscape to locate and view websites. Other topics will be addressed. (Level I difficulty) CIS E11 20 Elmwood Park Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - Feb. 26, 6:30-8 P.M. Room 156. $77.00/156.00/31.00 (Includes $27.00 lab fee) CIS E11 552 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Thursdays, April 11 - May 2, 7-8:45 P.M. Room 106. $77.00/156.00/31.00 (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users This is a course specifically for adults who are first-time users. Students will be given instruction in using the Windows operating system. No textbook will be required. Easy-to-use instructional handouts will be provided in class. It is expected that students will follow up class instruction with practice in Triton’s open computer labs, which students are entitled to use. (Limit to 15 students.) DPR C05 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 5, 10-11:20 A.M. Room M-123B. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) DPR C05 20 Elmwood Park Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - March 13, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room 156. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computers II for First-time Users This is a continuation of Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users with further instruction and practice in basics and introduction to word processing. No textbook will be used. Easy-to-use instructional handouts will be provided in class. It is expected that students will follow up class instruction with practice in Triton’s open computer labs, which students are entitled to use. (Limited to 15 student.) DPR C07 67 Triton College Meets Mondays, March 4 - April 15, 1-2:50 P.M. Room M-123B. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee) Introduction to Computers III: the Internet An introduction to the World Wide Web and e-mail. Students learn to use the Netscape browser to view websites to determine the latest news, weather reports, TV listings, etc. Also learn how to compose, send, receive and store e-mail. (Limit to 15 students.) DPR C19 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - March 5, 9-10:50 A.M. Room M-123A. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee)

All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Introduction to Computers IV Students in this course will build on the information covered in Introduction to Computers III, as they continue to explore the World Wide Web and e-mail. Students will learn how to narrow Internet searches, use different search engines, find a variety of useful items on the World Wide Web, and learn about internet security. Students will also learn more about using e-mail, including how to use the address book, folders, send and download photographs. DPR C21 60 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, March 27 - May 1, 1-2:50 P.M. Room M-135. $94.00/94.00/76.00* (Includes $27.00 lab fee)

LIFELONG LEARNING

ELC C02 15 Proviso West Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - April 10, 6:30-9:20 P.M. Room OFF. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Rules of the Road Do you need to retake the Illinois written driver’s exam? Do you want to feel more confident driving with an increased understanding of the most recent rules and regulations? This special review class is taught by a representative of the Secretary of State’s office. RET C24 64 Triton College Meets Wednesday, Feb. 20, 10-11:55 A.M. Room A-122B. $.00/.00* How to Travel To and Through Europe How to get the most out of your travel experience. How to maximize your time and enjoyment and minimize your expenses. Learn what to do, where to go, what to see, how to plan, and how to find the bargains. Covers itineraries, languages, currencies, budgets, packing, luggage, check lists, tours, trains, cars, travel information resources, hotels, food, emergencies, passports/visas and more. To make travel easy and fun with a lifetime of many, many fond memories. TTM C03 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - April 25, 7-8:20 P.M. Room 105. $101.00/101.00/36.00* American State and Urban Politics Identifies the significant organizational features of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of state, county, township, municipal, and special district governments; compares and contrasts state government branches with the same branches of the national government; compares the organization and powers of the 50 state governments with each other; distinguishes the services offered by national, state, and urban governments. Also examines the numerous social service programs of state and urban governments with emphasis on the problems arising in the delivery of these services.

HIS C08 65 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 13 - April 24, 1-2:20 P.M. Room R-131. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Great Philosophers Learn about some of the great thinkers of the world and how they have influenced our lives. This is a basic course in philosophy for everyone. Previous study of philosophy is not required — just an interest in understanding the ideas and influence of some great thinkers of the past and a desire to improve your own thinking skills. PHL C06 60 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 9, 1-2:20 P.M. Room F-306. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Great Books for Everyone Read and discuss some selections from the Great Books of the Western World. Selections vary from semester to semester and before you register you need to find out what book or books you should acquire and what you should read before the first class. For information on this semester’s books, please e-mail askce@triton.edu. ENG C19 61 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 1, 1-2:20 P.M. Room R-319. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Great Films for Everyone What makes a film great? Learn by watching and discussing films selected for the quality of their content and cinematic art. Enjoy the rewarding sensations, feelings, thoughts and inspirations these artfully crafted films have awakened in generations of filmgoers. Reflect on how we view life through the lens of film art, enjoying characters’ experiences and the way cinema presents them. Then discuss the great ideas, universal themes and perennial questions emerging in these films. HUM C14 60 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - March 7, 1-2:50 P.M. Room R-211. $50.00/50.00/24.00* Creative Writing I Enter the exciting world of the art of creative written communication. In a noncompetitive atmosphere, learn through exercises, assignments and discussion to express yourself clearly and concisely, but with an imprint of individuality. Both fiction (short stories, novels, poetry, etc.) and non-fiction (articles, essays, journal entries, etc.) will be covered. You’ll also learn how to market your finished product. ENG C10 40 East Leyden Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 22 - May 14, 7-8:50 P.M. Room TBA. $101.00/101.00/36.00*

Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers ONLINE Banish writer’s block forever with these tricks from the published writer’s toolbox. Writeriffic liberates the inventive bolts of genius that are inside everyone. If you’ve ever dreamed of hearing your writer’s voice, this class will make it happen. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL C34 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C34 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C34 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C34 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C34 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Life and Family-Lifelong Learning

Electricity for the Homeowner Before you call an electrician for simple tasks, learn to safely install and replace switches, light fixtures, lamps, and fuses. Learn the fundamentals of house wiring, design electrical plans for room additions, become familiar with the National Electrical Code, as well as electrical terminology.

Great Decisions Do you understand what’s going on in the world? Here’s your chance to get informed, gain perspective and learn about and discuss important decisions facing all Americans. Topics to be discussed are based on significant foreign-policy issues and problems that the United States has had to deal with in recent months. To order the Great Decisions Briefing Book 2009, call the Foreign Policy Association at (800) 477-5836.

Writeriffic 2: Advanced Creativity Training for Writers ONLINE Increase writing confidence, beat writer’s block, manage time, negotiate writing fees, write and live your dreams. Learn advanced methods to create and write like the professionalswhether you are launching a career or seeking personal satisfaction through writing. In Writeriffic 2, you will learn to be the writer you have always wanted to be and have fun too. Prerequisite(s): Completion of Eva Shaw’s Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers or The Craft of Magazine Writing. Internet access, e-mail and Netscape or Internet Explorer Web browser. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL C45 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C45 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C45 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C45 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C45 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* Writing Your Life Story ONLINE All lives are filled with stories. Men and women have stories to tell that are funny, interesting, embarrassing, painful, delightful, sad or whimsical stories about themselves, and people they have known or loved. This course provides adults with the opportunity to share their life stories and to develop a written legacy for their families and others. In this course you will recall and record a wide range of personal experiences through a facilitated thematic process. For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL C44 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C44 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C44 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

PSC E01 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 12:30-1:45 P.M. Room F-303. $295.00/769.00/19.00

ONL C44 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C44 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

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Lifelong Learning (continued)

Italian Culture and Arts In this class you will create a beautiful Venetian mask like the ones worn at the annual Carnival of Venice, a festival that ends with Lent on Martedi Grasso. You’ll study Roman mosaics and create a small mosaic of your own. You’ll also learn why Italian music has long held an important place in society and politics, and gain an appreciation of the integral role that Opera plays in Italian culture.

Basic Photography This course covers both digital and film photography. Are you unsure of how to use your digital or film camera? Are you dissatisfied with the photos you get in automatic mode? Have you ever seen an amazing photo and wondered how the photographer got it? You can learn to confidently and consistently take good photographs through an understanding of automatic and manual camera operation, exposure, flash and various photographic composition techniques used by professional photographers. Bring your camera to this class along with your instruction book or camera manual. Make sure you have memory cards or film.

CHS C01 001 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - March 16, 9-11:05 A.M., Room TBA $99.00/99.00/99.00

PHG C02 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 2, 7-8:50 P.M. Room A-122B. $67.00/67.00/24.00*

CULTURAL HERITAGE

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Lifelong Learning

Polish Culture and Arts Polish arts combine Polish influence with aspects of other nearby European cultures and periods in European history. Participants will learn about “wycinanki,” a popular folk craft originating from the mid 1800s, which includes cutting, punching and carving paper. “Pisanki,” an ornate style of decorating Easter eggs, dating back to the 10th century will be discussed. Polish dance, such as the Polonaise and the Mazurka will be reviewed as well as traditional folk music. CHS C03 001 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 16 - May 18, 9-11:05 A.M., Room TBA $99.00/99.00/99.00 Mexican Culture and Arts Mexican arts have many layers, colors and facets that reflect the combination of both ancient and modern cultures. Participants will evaluate colorful and whimsical Oaxacan animals, inspired self-portraits, and small murals in the style of the big three muralists, and Mexican music will be explored through vocals, independence music, and traditional folk music. CHS C02 001 Cantata Adult Life Services Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 6 - March 27, 10 A.M.-Noon, Room TBA. $99.00/99.00/99.00

HOBBIES/CRAFTS Circus Arts You don’t need to run away to join the circus! Acquire the basic skills needed to perform as a Triton Trouper. Learn juggling, unicycle riding and clowning skills. Explore the tight wire, tumbling, trampoline, web rope and other circus arts. PED C11 01 Triton College Meets Mondays and Thursdays, Jan. 28 - March 14, 7-10 P.M. Room R-200. Meets Mondays and Thursdays, Jan. 28 March 14, 7-10 P.M. Room R-200A. Meets Mondays and Thursdays, Jan. 28 - March 14, 7-10 P.M. Room R-200B. $77.00/77.00/77.00*

PHG C02 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 6:30-8 P.M. Room TBA. $67.00/67.00/24.00* Digital Imaging (1 AEC) The class will provide students with an overview of the creative opportunities in digital SLR photography. We will begin with a look at the hardware of digital photography, the digital SLR camera. We will discuss camera settings and how to safely download and store images on the computer. The fundamentals of composition will be explored and followed with demonstrations of software options for use in your digital darkroom. Basic photo manipulations like cropping, corrections and resizing will be explored. Finally we will take a look at home printing. PHG E42 30 Riverside-Brookfield Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 6:30-8 P.M. Room TBA. $103.00/261.00/11.00 (Includes $4.00 lab fee) Digital Photography (1.5 AEC) ONLINE Join us and explore the world of digital photography! This course provides an introduction to the fascinating technology that is catapulting the photographic world into the 21st century. We’ll discuss the basics of digital photography, equipment, software, the digital darkroom, printing, Internet and e-mail use, along with commercial and personal applications. You’ll learn what you need, what you can do, and what you can expect to invest. Whether you’re new to photography or a long-time professional looking for a complement to traditional photography, this class will provide an introduction to new opportunities for putting digital photography to use. VIC E10 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 VIC E10 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 VIC E10 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 VIC E10 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00 VIC E10 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - May 17, Room A-201. $100.00/100.00/100.00

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Woodworking Got a project, idea or a yen to create with wood? Whether you’re a beginner or veteran, you’ll find everything you needfrom help on design and proper use of hand machine and power tools to woodworking and finishing techniques. WOT C05 25 Ridgewood Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 13 - May 8, 7-9:50 P.M. Room TBA. $101.00/101.00/36.00* WOT C05 26 Ridgewood Meets Thursdays, Feb. 7 - April 25, 7-9:50 P.M. Room 131. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Woodcarving Design and produce a project in woodcarving or wood sculpture. You’ll receive individual instruction in selection of materials, and use and maintenance of tools, such as knives, gauges and chisels. Tools and materials may be purchased through your instructor. WOT C03 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 196. $89.00/89.00/40.00* Basic Bird Watching Receive tips and techniques for field identification of more than 200 species of birds in the Chicago area. The greater part of class time will be spent in local forest preserves. Binoculars will be necessary. The first class session will meet in the school. All other classes will meet in the school’s parking lot on Saturday mornings. REC C68 01 Triton College Meets Wednesdays, April 3 - May 4, 7-9:45 P.M. Room 122B. Meets Saturdays, April 3 - May 4, 7-9:45 A.M. Room TBA. $60.00/60.00/28.00*

HORTICULTURE Easy-living Landscaping for the Home Create a beautiful yard that seems to care for itself. Learn the secrets of ground cover, evergreen planting, decorative stone areas and walks. Live easy with carefree perennials and manageable bulbs and annuals for season-to-season color. Design your planting now for maximum effect at minimum cost. You will be assessed a materials fee. ORN C20 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, April 13 - May 11, 9-11:20 A.M. Room A-122B. $40.00/40.00/25.00* ORN C20 20 Elmwood Park Meets Thursdays, April 4 - May 9, 6:30-8:50 P.M. Room 109. $40.00/40.00/25.00* ORN C20 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 12 - March 12, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 105. $40.00/40.00/25.00* Wedding Floral Design You can create the wedding of the year when you plan and make flower bouquets and arrangements just the way you want them. Your projects in class will include bride and bridesmaid bouquets, corsages and boutonnieres. Coordinating tables, centerpieces and church arrangements will be discussed. A material fee will be assessed. ORN C28 20 Elmwood Park Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 26 - April 2, 6:30-8:50 P.M. Room 119. $40.00/40.00/20.00* ORN C28 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, April 6 - May 11, 9-10:55 A.M. Room 112. $40.00/40.00/20.00*

For more information about Continuing Education courses, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


Holiday Floral Arrangements It’s the special little touches that make a house a home. Use a variety of materials to create your own floral arrangements or decorations for this season’s holidays. A material fee will be assessed. ORN C52 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, April 13 - May 11, 11 A.M.-12:40 P.M. Room 112. $34.00/34.00/17.00* Silk Flower Arrangements Make your own beautiful silk flower arrangements. Learn the techniques, colors and procedures necessary for a perfect arrangement. You will learn several different styles to use for various occasions. You will be assessed a materials fees. ORN C23 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 2 - March 16, 9-10:50 A.M. Room 112. $40.00/40.00/20.00*

ORN E24 101 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 6:30-9:55 P.M. Room R-226C. $418.00/1050.00/50.00 (Includes $25.00 lab fee)

LANGUAGES Beginning Conversational French Learn the things a tourist in France might need to know: how to ask directions, tell time, order a meal in a restaurant. Also learn about traveling in France, the Paris Metro and famous places like the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and more. FRE C03 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - April 24, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 105. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Beginning Conversational French II Become more proficient in speaking and understanding French in a variety of situations. Learn intermediate grammar skills while exploring cultural and language structures. This course continues to develop understanding, speaking, reading and writing skills. Prerequisite: FRE C03, Beginning Conversational French or comparable background experience. FRE C05 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Thursdays, Jan. 31 - April 25, 7-9:20 P.M. Room TBA. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Beginning Conversational Italian If you want to be able to carry on simple conversations in Italian, this is the time to learn phrases regarding shopping, cuisine, clothing, travel, numbers and other everyday topics. Your speaking practice will be supplemented by presentations on Italian life, customs, dialects and cities of Italy. ITL C02 25 Ridgewood Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 7-9:50 P.M. Room TBA. $101.00/101.00/36.00* ITL C02 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 30, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 239. $101.00/101.00/36.00*

Beginning Conversational Spanish A knowledge of Spanish may be helpful if you plan to travel to Spanish-speaking countries or need a basic understanding of Spanish in the workplace. Learn to use basic vocabulary and conversation. Your class time will include a look at Spanish customs and social conventions.

ITL C03 15 Proviso West Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 16 - March 20, 7-10 P.M. Room TBA. $108.00/108.00/38.00*

SPN C04 02 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 6:30-8:20 P.M. Room A-122B. $101.00/101.00/36.00*

Elementary Italian This first semester of Italian is designed to allow students to develop basic oral comprehension and speaking skills. Along with some fundamental grammatical concepts, appreciation of Italian culture as reflected in the language is stressed. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. ITL C10 101 Triton College Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 8-9:50 A.M. Room F-111. $112.00/270.00/20.00* (Includes $14.00 lab fee) Beginning Conversational Polish Especially helpful for those who would like to acquire basic communication skills in the Polish language. This course will provide an introduction to basic structures, vocabulary and conversation, as well as elements of Polish culture, history and customs. POL C01 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - April 30, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 240. $108.00/108.00/38.00* POL C01 40 East Leyden Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 8, 7-8:50 P.M. Room . $108.00/108.00/38.00* Beginning Conversational Polish II Continue developing basic conversational skills in Polish. Structure, vocabulary and conversations will be discussed. Elements of Polish culture, history and customs will be reviewed to enhance learning the Polish language. Prerequisite: POL C01, Beginning Conversational Polish or comparable background experience. POL C02 35 East Leyden Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 9, 7-9:20 P.M. Room TBA. $108.00/108.00/38.00* Beginning Conversational Japanese Learn to converse in Japanese. Study vowel sounds, idiomatic expressions, and the history and geography of Japan. Learn what phrases are required for traveling and conducting business. No previous experience required. JPN C01 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - April 24, 7-9:20 P.M. Room 105. $108.00/108.00/38.00* Beginning Conversational Japanese II Review and continue to build on basic knowledge of the Japanese language while adding new vocabulary and fluency in conversation. Emphasis on pronunciation, phrases and listening will be added to this second course ti improve conversations in the Japanese language. Prerequisite: JPN C01, Beginning Conversational Japanese or comparable background.

SPN C04 20 Elmwood Park Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 23, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room 124. $101.00/101.00/36.00* SPN C04 40 East Leyden Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 8, 7-8:50 P.M. Room TBA. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Elementary Spanish I This course includes oral and written practice of basic vocabulary as well as the most widely needed verbs, with explanation of cultural and language structures. Computer disks and cassette tapes supplement instruction. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Lifelong Learning

Landscape Design & Construction I Learn the techniques and utilization of materials for constructing and installing various landscape plantings and features, such as garden terraces, walks, fences, mounds, pools and streams, irrigation and outdoor lighting. contracts, costs, landscape bidding and specifications are also discussed.

Intermediate Conversational Italian Improve your Italian pronunciation and listening skills in this second course. Develop your vocabulary in everyday conversational situations and practice with role play. Prerequisite: ITL C02, Beginning Conversational Italian or comparable background.

SPN C14 70 Triton College Meets Jan. 23 - May 17, Room E-103. $394.00/970.80/66.00* (Includes $14.00 lab fee) SPN C14 101 Triton College Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23 - May 15, 8-9:50 A.M. Room E-135. $112.00/270.00/20.00* (Includes $14.00 lab fee) SPN C14 104 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - May 13, 6-9:40 P.M. Room E-135. $112.00/270.00/20.00* (Includes $14.00 lab fee) Intermediate Conversational Spanish Review and reinforce your basic knowledge of Spanish while adding to your vocabulary and fluency in conversation. Prerequisite: SPN C04, Beginning Conversational Spanish or high school Spanish or comparable background. SPN C05 20 Elmwood Park Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room 124. $101.00/101.00/36.00* Speed Spanish ONLINE Imagine yourself speaking, reading and writing Spanish. Now you can with Speed Spanish! This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn Spanish pronto. You’ll learn six easy recipes for gluing Spanish words together to form sentences. In no time at all, you’ll be able to go into any Spanish speaking situation and converse in Spanish. Que’ Bueno! For course registration procedures, please see Page 42. ONL C20 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C20 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C20 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C20 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C20 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

JPN C02 35 Oak Park and River Forest Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 30, 7-9:20 P.M. Room TBA. $108.00/108.00/38.00*

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Lifelong Learning (continued) Speed Spanish II ONLINE Have you ever seen a non-native speaking Spanish fluently? Were you impressed? Would you like to become more conversational and more comfortable in Spanish-speaking situations? Now you can. Our Speed Spanish courses are unlike any other Spanish classes you may have ever taken. You’ll see words, hear them pronounced properly, and be granted plenty of opportunities to practice your pronunciation. Then, you’ll learn several clever recipes that you can use to glue the words together into sentences. Enroll in Speed Spanish II, and you’ll see an immediate improvement in your Spanish fluency from the very first lesson.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Lifelong Learning-General Youth Programs

ONL C01 90 Triton College Meets Dec. 12 - Feb. 1, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C01 91 Triton College Meets Jan. 16 - March 8, Room A-ABE. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C01 92 Triton College Meets Feb. 20 - April 12, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C01 93 Triton College Meets March 20 - May 10, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00* ONL C01 94 Triton College Meets April 17 - June 7, Room A-201. $99.00/99.00/99.00*

MUSIC Beginning Piano Haven’t you always wanted to play the piano? Don’t put it off any longer. Learn chords and melodies in a relaxed atmosphere designed to help you enjoy playing from the beginning. High school students and adults are welcome. MUS C09 01 Triton College Meets Mondays, Jan. 28 - April 1, 7-8:20 P.M. Room J-224. $67.00/67.00/24.00* MUS C09 25 Ridgewood Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 16, 7-8:20 P.M. Room TBA. $67.00/67.00/24.00* Beginning Guitar Put your favorite music at your fingertips. Whether you’re into folk, classical, blues or rock, it’s all made by forming notes and chords correctly. Bring your guitar to the first class, and start to build your understanding and mastery of this most flexible instrument immediately. MUS C02 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 23, 10-11:50 A.M. Room J-204. $67.00/67.00/24.00* MUS C02 02 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Feb. 5 - April 9, 7-8:50 P.M. Room J-214. $67.00/67.00/24.00* MUS C02 20 Elmwood Park Meets Wednesdays, Jan. 30 - April 10, 6:30-8:30 P.M. Room LIB. $67.00/67.00/24.00*

MUS C02 550 Nuevos Horizontes Meets Saturdays, Feb. 16 - April 27, 10-11:50 A.M. Room 111. $67.00/67.00/24.00* Learn to Enjoy Group Singing Under direction of an experienced teacher/choral conductor, develop your voice through singing in a group. You don’t need past experience with singing, just a desire to find out how much pleasure it can give you. MUS C15 65 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - April 11, 11:30 A.M.-12:50 P.M. Room R-221. $80.00/80.00/28.00* Triton Community Chorus Are you a bass with only a soprano to sing with? A former alto who now only sings with the radio? You can fulfill your musical destiny by joining the Triton Community Chorus. One night a week, you’ll sing your heart out in a full chorus. Public performances will be given. Our repertoire will include all types of music, from classical to pop and rock. For course sections numbered 101 and above, the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Come and sing! MUS C05 101 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 7-9:30 P.M. Room J-112. $357.00/702.00/159.00* (Includes $47.00 lab fee) Triton Community Jazz Band From Count Basie and Duke Ellington to Quincy Jones, the finest jazz compositions are yours to perform in jazz band. Great emphasis will be placed on individual improvisation within an ensemble. For course sections numbered 101 and above the course may be taken for college credit. All lower numbered sections are noncredit only. Prerequisite: Ability to play a musical instrument. MUS C07 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Jan. 29 - May 14, 7-9:30 P.M. Room J-205. $187.00/331.20/173.00* (Includes $47.00 lab fee) MUS C07 101 Triton College Meets Thursdays, Jan. 24 - May 16, 7-9:30 P.M. Room J-205. $187.00/331.20/173.00* (Includes $47.00 lab fee)

RETIREMENT The New Retirement Reality and Rescue Strategies A lot has changed in the last five years for people entering retirement or for those already retired. Uncertainty and a changing landscape have ruled the day. Part I of this seminar, The New Retirement Reality, will explore how retirement is changing and what it is likely to look like in the years to come. Part 2 of this seminar, Retirement Rescue Strategies, will focus on what you can do today to take control of the changes in the retirement landscape. From investments and income planning to legal documents and long-term care this course will show you what you need to do to create a comfortable retirement now and in the future. RET C01 01 Triton College Meets Saturday, Feb. 2, 9-11:55 A.M. Room A-122B. $10.00/10.00/10.00*

Retire With Confidence A seminar in four sections designed to help you prepare financially for retirement. You will learn how to generate a steady income, protect assets from erosion, minimize tax and provide a secure retirement. We will discuss pension distribution options, conservative investment alternatives, asset allocation, estate planning and charitable giving. Classes are practical and will encourage you to assess your own financial situation. (Discount rates are available for couples from the same household. Call 708- 456-0300 x 3500 for details.) RET C07 20 Elmwood Park Meets Wednesdays, Feb. 20 - March 6, 6-9 P.M. Room TBA. $33.00/33.00/22.00* Health Care in Retirement Health care in retirement can seem like a complex maze. This course is designed to help students understand Medicare Parts A&B, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, Medicaid and Long-Term Care insurance. A basic understanding of these health care options will help students make informed decisions and maximize any health care related benefits. RET C02 01 Triton College Meets Saturday, Feb. 9, 9-11:55 A.M. Room A-122B. $10.00/10.00/10.00* Saving Smart and Investing for Retirement Saving and investing for people at or near retirement is very different from any saving or investing you have ever done. In retirement you need income, less risk and lower volatility to sleep well at night. Few people actually adjust their portfolios to reflect these changing needs. Saving smart and investing for retirement takes and in-depth look at the various savings vehicles and investment products. Students will learn to analyze income potential, risk and liquidity of various investment products. RET C03 01 Triton College Meets Saturday, Feb. 16, 9-11:55 A.M. Room A-122B. $10.00/10.00/10.00*

GENERAL YOUTH PROGRAMS Beginning Piano, Violin and Rhythm Introduce your child to the joy and excitement of music. Beginners, ages 4-7, will learn rhythm and introductory piano while continuing students, ages 8-9, add the dimension of harmony. Parents attend classes with their children to learn techniques for practice at home. To register and for more information, call (708) 383-1306. MUS C04 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-209. Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-205. Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-112. $100.00/100.00/100.00*

Technology Fee Students enrolled in “E” courses for a total of 11 credit hours (AEC) or less will be assessed a $34 technology fee. If enrolled in more than 11 hours, a $70 fee will be assessed. All times, dates, costs and locations listed in this schedule are subject to change. *This course is self-sufficient and is not supported by any state or local taxes.

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Beginning Piano, Violin and Rhythm - Private Lessons Learn one-on-one correct keyboard and string techniques, reading music and improvisation in these private lessons. Students will be divided into groups and actual class sessions will last a 1/2 hour. Parents are required to attend class with their children. To register and for more information, please call (708) 383-1306. MUS C03 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-209. Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-205. Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - May 11, 9-1:40 P.M. Room J-112. $125.00/125.00/125.00* Swim Instruction for Children This course, taught by qualified instructors, is open to any youngster who can stand in three feet of water. Classes are divided into groups according to ability. PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST ATTEND FIRST SWIM SESSION.

PED C64 02 Triton College (Ages 8-13) Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 30, 10-10:50 A.M. Pool. $123.00/123.00/123.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C64 03 Triton College (Ages 5-7) Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 30, 11-11:50 A.M. Pool. $123.00/123.00/123.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) PED C64 04 Triton College (Ages 8-13) Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 30, Noon-12:50 P.M. Pool. $123.00/123.00/123.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee) Competitive Swimming Are you interested in the Northern Illinois Swim Conference and U.S. Swimming? Join the Triton Competitive Swim Team. You will learn competitive strokes to compete in eight meets over the 18 week season (September to March). You should be able to swim one lap (25 yards) without stopping and must register prior to the first class meeting. Join the team for 5 to 11-year-olds or 12 to 17-year-olds. PED C93 01 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, Jan. 29 - March 1, 6-6:50 P.M. Pool. $245.00/245.00/245.00* (Includes $15.00 lab fee) PED C93 02 Triton College Meets Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, Jan. 29 - March 1, 7-7:50 P.M. Pool. $245.00/245.00/245.00* (Includes $15.00 lab fee) Parent/Tot Swim Give your pre-school child the opportunity to become adjusted to the water, attain skills and learn to socialize with other children. You’ll accompany your child into the water and learn techniques used to teach your child to swim. EACH CHILD MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AND OUT OF DIAPERS. PED C05 01 Triton College Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 30, 1-1:50 P.M. Pool. $69.00/69.00/69.00* (Includes $35.00 lab fee)

For information, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259.

Clases Gratis de Inglés Como Segundo Idioma Para más información, favor de llamar al (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259.

CONTINUING EDUCATION • General Youth Programs

PED C64 01 Triton College (Ages 5-7) Meets Saturdays, Jan. 26 - March 30, 9-9:50 A.M. Pool. $123.00/123.00/123.00* (Includes $32.00 lab fee)

Free English as a Second Language Classes

Bezp∏atne Lekcje J´zyka Angielskiego Po wi´cej informacji prosz´ dzwoniç pod numer (708) 456-0300, wew. 3259. For the purposes of compliance with Section 511 of Public Law 101-166, approximately $449,510 or 38% of the funds used to support this program in FY ‘07 came from federal sources.

You Can Do It! Prepare for the GED (General Education Development) exam today! Enrolling in GED preparation classes is easy. • Find answers to your questions about the GED test. • Take the placement test to assess your skills in reading and math. • Enroll in reading, language arts and/or math classes. • Attend classes two or four evenings or mornings a week for eight weeks. • Have access to a computer lab and individual tutoring to supplement class instruction.

For more information, please call the Triton College Adult Education Department at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3513. For the purposes of compliance with Section 511 of Public Law 101-106, approximately $450,000 or 38% of the funds used to support this program in FY ‘08 came from federal sources.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Nuevos Horizontes Triton Community Center, 1708 Main St., Melrose Park Visit Nuevos Horizontes/New Horizons where you will find a bilingual staff ready to assist you with educational programs and services.

Visite Nuevos Horizontes donde el personal bilingüe está listo para servirle ofreciéndole una variedad de programas y servicios.

Nuevos Horizontes offers you:

Nuevos Horizontes le ofrece:

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Nuevos Horizontes

• Admission information • Academic counseling • Bilingual Computer Program • Citizenship instruction in class or independent study on computer • Community agency information • Computer Lab—Independent Learning Center • Cultural events • English as a Second Language (ESL) classes • General Education Development (GED) in Spanish • Registration for ESL and GED classes • Translation of birth and marriage certificates • Tutoring in Spanish literacy, English and math

• Asesoramiento académico • Asesoría en inglés, matemáticas y español • Clases bilingües de computación • Laboratorio de computadoras para estudio independiente • Cursos de inglés gratis • Cursos de preparación para el equivalente a la secundaria o GED gratis • Cursos y programas de computación de ciudadanía • Eventos culturales • Información acerca de agencias comunitarias • Inscripciones para clases de inglés, GED y ciudadanía • Traducciones de actas de nacimiento y matrimonio • Clases de Ciudadania gratis

Programas de Certificados Bilingües (Entrenamiento a corto plazo) Basic Computer Skills/Conocimientos Básicos de Computación DPR C16 – Conocimientos Básicos de Computación DPR C20 – Mecanografía Asistente de Oficina – Office Assistant CIS E11 – Internet Básico CIS E12 – Internet Intermedio OFT E15 – Windows CIS E70 – Microsoft Word Básico OFT E20 – Microsoft Word Avanzado CIS E06 – Microsoft Excel BSN E02 – Introducción a Servicio al Cliente BUS C20 – Estrategias para Buscar Empleo (Duración: 6 a 8 semanas por curso) Auxiliar de Contabilidad – Bookkeeper CIS E70 – Microsoft Word BUS E09 – Contabilidad I BUS E10 – Contabilidad II CIS E06 – Microsoft Excel CIS E17 – QuickBooks 2008 CIS E11 – Internet Básico o CIS E12 – Internet Intermedio Diseñador de Arreglos Florales – Floral Designer ORN C23 – Arreglos Florales Artificiales ORN C52 – Arreglos Florales de Temporada ORN C28 – Arreglos Florales para Bodas (Duración: 4 a 6 semanas por curso) Decorador de Pasteles – Cake Decorator CKG C68 – Decoración de Pasteles – Básico CKG C70 – Decoración de Pasteles – Intermedio CKG C71 – Decoración de Pasteles – Avanzado CKG C72 – Decoración con Fondant – Avanzado (Duración: 4 semanas por curso)

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For more information about Continuing Education courses, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


The following classes are offered this semester:

Evening Classes/Clases por la Noche Courses/Cursos Word I Keyboarding Adv. Cake Decorating with Fondant and Gum Paste Beginning Cake Decorating Intermediate Cake Decorating Advanced Cake Decorating Internet Essential Skills

Course No. CIS E70 DPR C20 CKG C72 CKG C68 CKG C70 CKG C71 CIS E11

550 552 550 552 552 550 552

Times 7-8:45 p.m. 7-8:45 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m. 7-8:50 p.m. 7-8:45 p.m.

Day M Tu M M M M Th

Start/End Dates 2/4-3/25 2/5-4/9 4/22-5/13 1/28-2/18 2/25-3/18 3/25-4/15 4/11-5/2

550 550 551 553 555 550 551 550 551 550 552 550 550 550 550

Times 9-10:30 a.m. 9-10:50 a.m. Noon-12:50 p.m. 9-10:50 a.m. 10-11:45 a.m. 11 a.m.-12:50 p.m. 11 a.m.-12:50 p.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m. 9-10:55 a.m. 11 a.m.-12:40 p.m. 9-10:50 a.m. 10-11:50 a.m.

Day Sa Sa M,W Sa M Sa Sa F F F F Sa Sa Sa Sa

Start/End Dates 4/6-5/4 2/9-5/11 3/11-5/13 2/2-4/20 2/4-4/8 2/2-3/16 4/6-5/18 3/1-3/22 5/3-5/24 2/1-2/22 4/5-4/26 4/6-5/11 4/13-5/11 2/2-3/16 2/16-4/27

Morning Classes/Clases por la Mañana Course No. BSN E02 BUS C20 DPR C20 DPR C20 DPR C20 REC C42 REC C42 CKG C70 CKG C72 CKG C68 CKG C71 ORN C28 ORN C52 ORN C23 MUS C02

CONTINUING EDUCATION • Nuevos Horizontes

Course Title Customer Service/Office Equipment Job Search Strategies Keyboarding Keyboarding Keyboarding Latin Club Dancing Latin Club Dancing Intermediate Cake Decorating Adv. Cake Decorating with Fondant and Gum Paste Beginning Cake Decorating Advanced Cake Decorating Wedding Floral Design Holiday Floral Arrangements Silk Flower Arrangements Beginning Guitar

Credit Classes Early Childhood Education Program

Programa de entrenamiento para Proveedores de Cuidado Niños o Educadores en programas Pre-escolares y guarderías. Este programa es de crédito y a nivel universitario.

Course Title

Course No.

Communicating/Parent&Children Prn of Chld Growth&Devel/Bth-5 Guid Children&Manage the Clsrm Activities & Resource/Yng Chld

ECE ECE ECE ECE

151^ 152^ 153^ 154^

Lab Fee

001X 001X 001X 001X

NEW CREDIT CLASS OFFERED AT NUEVOS HORIZONTES! *Business Writing BUS 188^ 002

Sem. Hrs.

Days

Time

Location

Start/EndDate

1 1 1 1

Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p 9:00-10:50a 11:00-12:50p

NH-110 NH-110 NH-110 NH-110

Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Apr 6

3

M

7:00-9:50p

NH-100

Jan 28

Ex Ex Ex Ex

Free Computer Lab Access Computer Learning/Open Lab at Nuevos Horizontes Internet Access/Servicio de Internet Gratis NHC C01 550 Mondays 9 a.m.-noon and 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4-9 p.m.

1/23-5/17

Please call ahead to check for lab availability. Por favor llame para averiguar si el laboratorio está disponible.

STUDENT CREATIONS 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, May 11, 2013

Get ready for Mother’s Day!

Don ’t m iss it !

Students in the Floral Arrangement and Cake Decorating certificate programs will prepare beautiful floral centerpieces and cake decorating displays. There will also be cake decorating demonstrations and fresh floral arrangement presentations. Students floral creations will be available for sale.

For more information, call/Para más información, llame al (708) 649-2101, Mondays through Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Register online at www.triton.edu.

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Adult Education Triton College offers a wide range of adult education programs that assist adults in gaining the skills or certification needed to take college courses and succeed in the workplace. The Adult Education department works closely with Nuevos Horizontes (Triton College Community Center) in Melrose Park and the college’s Learning Resource Center to provide tools and resources to support students throughout their educational journey. For more information, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259 or visit the Triton College website at www.triton.edu.

English as a Second Language

GED

English as a Second Language (ESL) is designed for non-native English speaking adults to build reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Class times meet the needs of working adults in the morning, afternoon and in the evening. Some Saturday classes are also available. In addition, the ESL Program offers free Citizenship courses. As classes tend to fill up quickly, registering early is strongly advised.

This program provides classes that prepare students to take the GED (high school equivalency) examination. Students are given a placement test to determine the level of classes needed. The GED classes are offered in both English and Spanish. Classes are held in the morning and evenings at Triton and throughout the community. Some preparation classes are available online.

For more information, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259.

For more information, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3513.

Literacy (Room F-214)

High School Completion Programs These programs are designed to assist adults who do not have a high school diploma or who wish to develop their basic skills.

Adult and Evening High School

The Access to Literacy Program is designed to help adults develop basic reading, writing and math skills. A component of this program is the ESL preparation program for Spanish speakers. Volunteer tutors are trained to assist students in small group or individual tutoring sessions. A computer lab is also available to provide additional support.

ADULT EDUCATION

This program is operated in partnership with local District 504 high school districts. It enables students currently enrolled in high school to make up credits as advised by their counselor. It also enables adults who left high school prior to graduation to complete classes and receive a traditional high school diploma.

For more information, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3458.

Register Early Registration sessions are available through the year, early in October, December, January, March and May.

MOST CLASSES ARE FREE! Course Title

Course No.

Credit Hrs.

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

3

M

5:30-9:25p

R-315

Jan 28

Morning ESL 4 ESL 4 ESL 4 Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Reading Skill Developmnt-Advan Intermediate Conversation Intermediate Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Writing Workshop-Intermediate Writing Workshop-Advanced Writing Workshop-Advanced ESL Intermed-Grammr Review Adv ESL - Grammar Review Adv ESL - Grammar Review Pronunciation Practice Pronunciation Practice ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 2 ESL - Level 2 ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 3

3

Sa

9:00-1:00p

A-203

Jan 26

ESL - Level 5

DPR E23 002X

1

M,W

12:30-1:55p M-142E Feb 11

DPR E23 001

1

Sa

9:00-11:25a F-202

Feb 9

EDU E08 EDU E08 EDU E09 EDU E09 EDU E09 EDU E09

001 004 004 007 008 019

3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:55a

G-312 E-205 T-130 F-211 R-301B M-123

Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23

EDU E08 EDU E08 EDU E09 EDU E09 EDU E09 EDU E09

002 003 001 003 005 006

3 3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

R-211 N-203 R-309 F-303 M-124 F-304

Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25

EDUCATION Morning Access to Reading III Access to Reading III Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV Evening Access to Reading III Access to Reading III Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV Access to Reading IV

Course No.

ENGLISH/LITERATURE & COMPOSITION Evening Exploring Literature ENG E75 001 Weekend English Language & Composition ENG E74 001

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E14 E14 E14 E19 E19 E20 E21 E21 E22 E22 E22 E23 E24 E24 E25 E26 E26 E30 E30 E44 E44 E45 E45 E46 E46

001 002 006 001 004 004 002 006 002 007 008 002 002 004 006 001 005 001 003 001 002 001 008 001 002

9 9 9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 9 9 9 9 9

ESL E47 006

9

Class times and dates are subject to change.

78

Credit Hrs.

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

CREDIT Afternoon Keyboarding Weekend Keyboarding

Course Title

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259 or 3513.

M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F M W,F W,F M

9:00-11:50a R-319 9:00-11:50a N-205 9:00-11:50a F-303 9:00-10:50a F-313 9:00-10:50a E-316 9:00-10:50a T-150 9:00-10:50a R-309 9:00-10:50a R-211 9:00-10:50a E-305 9:00-10:50a N-200 9:00-10:50a E-314 9:00-10:50a M-130 11:00-12:50p N-200 11:00-12:50p E-305 9:00-10:50a F-211 9:00-10:50a A-122C 9:00-10:50a F-208 9:00-10:50a E-314 11:00-12:50p M-142F 9:00-11:50a N-203 9:00-11:50a F-304 9:00-11:50a T-106 9:00-11:50a R-311 9:00-11:50a N-200 9:00-11:50a M-142H 9:00-11:50a E-302 9:00-11:50a M-142H 9:00-11:50a M-135

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 26 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23


Credit Hrs.

Course No.

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 001

9

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 005

9

Beginning Conversation Beginning Conversation Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics B Evening ESL 4

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

004 007 002 001 002 001

2 2 2 4 4 4

ESL E14 004

9

ESL 4 ESL 4 ESL 4

ESL E14 003 ESL E14 007 ESL E14 009

9 9 9

ESL 4

ESL E14 011

9

Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Reading Skill Developmnt-Advan Intermediate Conversation Intermediate Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Writing Workshop-Intermediate Writing Workshop-Advanced ESL Intermed-Grammr Review ESL Intermed-Grammr Review Adv ESL - Grammar Review Adv ESL - Grammar Review Pronunciation Practice Pronunciation Practice ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 2

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

001 004 003 002 003 005 001 010 001 001 001 004 002 006 002 004 005 006 008 006

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 9 9 9

ESL - Level 2

ESL E45 004

9

ESL - Level 2 ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 3

ESL E45 009 ESL E46 004 ESL E46 005

9 9 9

ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 5

ESL E46 006 ESL E46 008 ESL E47 003

9 9 9

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 007

9

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 002

9

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 004

9

ESL - Level 5

ESL E47 008

9

E48 E48 E49 E61 E61 E62

E18 E18 E19 E20 E21 E21 E22 E22 E23 E24 E25 E25 E26 E26 E30 E30 E44 E44 E44 E45

Beginning Conversation Beginning Conversation Beginning Conversation Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL Basics A

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E48 E48 E48 E49 E61

001 002 003 009 003

2 2 2 2 4

ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics B

ESL E61 004 ESL E61 007 ESL E62 003

4 4 4

ESL Basics B

ESL E62 004

4

ESL Basics B

ESL E62 007

4

Off campus ESL 4 ESL 4 Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

9 9 2 2 2 2

E14 E14 E18 E18 E18 E18

025 040 061 063 006 008

Credit Hrs.

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

Course Title

Course No.

M,W F M,W F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F

9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-10:50a 9:00-10:50a 9:00-10:50a 9:00-11:55a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a

F-308 M-142E T-150 M-142I F-313 F-208 R-129 F-309 R-314 T-159

Jan 23

Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E18 E18 E18 E18 E19 E19 E44 E44 E44

064 062 068 090 005 006 064 060 063

2 2 2 2 2 2 9 9 9

Tu,Th W Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu W Th Tu W Th M,F M,F M,W M,W M,F M,F M,F Tu,Th Tu,Th M,F M,F M,F M,F M,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,Th W Tu W Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,Th W Tu,Th W W,Th Tu W,Th Tu Tu W Th M,F M,F M,F Tu,Th Tu W Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu W Th Tu,W Th Tu W Th

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:45p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-9:00p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-8:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

G-204 F-310 J-210 E-314 F-303 F-205 E-313 F-306 E-316 E-203 F-305 E-305 T-150 F-309 R-313 R-301B N-200 F-311 M-130 R-129 F-313 F-313 R-301A F-306 F-211 R-301B F-307 R-301A G-205 M-142A M-118 E-202 F-208 E-148 F-302 T-106 F-102 F-115 N-200 G-313 R-129 M-135 M-142C M-142E E-202 F-202 R-304 F-203 R-125 T-159 M-123A E-314 F-305 N-205 R-311 E-306 E-305 F-308 N-203 R-301B G-305 D-125 D-126 R-315 F-308 E-203 F-303 F-208

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 1 ESL - Level 2 ESL - Level 2

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E44 E44 E44 E44 E45 E45

025 040 061 062 061 063

9 9 9 9 9 9

Jan 23

ESL - Level 2 ESL - Level 3

ESL E45 062 ESL E46 060

9 9

ESL - Level 3

ESL E46 062

9

ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 3 ESL - Level 5 ESL - Level 5 Beginning Conversation Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Intro to Reading and Writing Intro to Reading and Writing Intro to Reading and Writing Intro to Reading and Writing Introduction to Citizenship Introduction to Citizenship Introduction to Citizenship Introduction to Citizenship Introduction to Citizenship ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics A

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

025 040 061 025 040 060 004 010 054 005 068 090 062 064 065 061 065 061 062 063 064 060 066 067 063

9 9 9 9 9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4

ESL Basics A

ESL E61 064

4

ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics A ESL Basics B ESL Basics B ESL Basics B ESL Basics B

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

010 025 040 061 062 060 066 067 063

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

ESL Basics B

ESL E62 064

4

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E62 E62 E62 E62 E65

025 040 061 062 090

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E70 E70 E70 E70 E70 E70

Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 9:00-10:50a 9:00-10:50a 6:00-8:00p 6:30-8:30p

PA-OFF EL-114 NH-103 NH-103 OF-TBA OF-TBA

ESL Basics B ESL Basics B ESL Basics B ESL Basics B ESL Intermediate - Gramar Revi ew II Parents as Educational Partner Parents as Educational Partner Parents as Educational Partner Parents as Educational Partner Parents as Educational Partner Parents as Educational Partner Weekend Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Reading Skill Developmnt-Advan Intermediate Conversation Intermediate Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Advanced Conversation Writing Workshop-Intermediate

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E18 E18 E19 E20 E21 E21 E22 E22 E22 E22 E23

Jan 23 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23

Jan 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 25 Jan 25 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 25 Mar 25 Jan 25 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23

Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 25 Mar 26 Jan 23

Jan 23 Jan 29 Mar 26

Mar 26 Mar 26

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 24

E46 E46 E46 E47 E47 E48 E49 E49 E49 E49 E49 E49 E50 E50 E50 E50 E52 E52 E52 E52 E52 E61 E61 E61 E61

E61 E61 E61 E61 E61 E62 E62 E62 E62

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

4 4 4 4 2

Tu,Th Sa Sa Sa Tu,Th Sa M,W,F Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th M Tu,Th M Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Sa Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Sa Sa M,F Tu,Th Tu,Th Sa M Sa Sa Sa Sa M,W,F M,W,F Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th Tu,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th M,W,F M,W,F Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th M Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Sa

6:30-8:20p NH-115 Mar 26 9:00-12:55p NH-129 Jan 26 9:00-12:55p NH-126 Apr 6 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB Jan 26 6:30-8:30p OF-TBA Jan 24 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB Jan 26 9:00-11:50a NH-110 Jan 23 9:00-11:50a NH-126 Jan 23 5:00-7:55p NH-130 Jan 23 5:00-6:50p NH-130 7:00-9:50p RW-234 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p OF-TBA Jan 23 7:00-9:50p NH-110 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p NH-129 Jan 23 9:00-11:50a NH-130 Jan 23 5:00-7:50p NH-126 Jan 23 5:00-6:50p NH-126 7:00-9:50p NH-103 Jan 23 9:00-11:50a NH-129 Jan 24 9:00-11:50a NH-110 5:00-7:50p NH-110 Jan 23 5:00-6:50p NH-110 7:00-9:50p OF-TBA Jan 23 7:00-9:50p EL-133 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p NH-126 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p RW-201 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p OF-TBA Jan 23 9:00-12:55p NH-103 Jan 26 6:00-8:00p OF-TBA Jan 24 6:00-8:00p OF-TBA Mar 19 6:00-8:00p MP-MAN Mar 19 6:30-8:20p OF-TBA Jan 24 9:00-12:55p NH-103 Apr 6 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB Jan 26 9:00-10:50a NH-130 Mar 25 6:30-8:20p MP-LIB Mar 26 6:30-8:20p MP-LIB Jan 24 9:00-12:55p NH-126 Jan 26 7:00-8:50p NH-133 Mar 25 9:00-10:50a NH-133 Jan 26 9:00-10:50a NH-133 Apr 6 11:00-12:50p NH-133 Jan 26 11:00-12:50p NH-133 Apr 6 9:00-11:50a NH-133 Jan 25 9:00-11:50a NH-103 Jan 25 9:00-11:50a NH-129 Jan 23 5:00-7:50p NH-103 Jan 23 5:00-6:50p NH-103 5:00-7:50p NH-133 Jan 23 5:00-6:50p NH-133 6:00-9:00p OF-TBA Jan 24 7:00-9:50p RW-201 Jan 24 7:00-9:50p EL-116 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p NH-130 Jan 23 7:00-9:50p NH-133 Jan 23 9:00-11:50a NH-133 Mar 25 9:00-11:50a NH-103 Mar 25 9:00-11:50a NH-129 Mar 26 5:00-7:50p NH-103 Mar 25 5:00-6:50p NH-103 5:00-7:50p NH-133 Mar 25 5:00-6:50p NH-133 7:00-9:50p OF-TBA Mar 26 7:00-9:50p EL-116 Mar 26 7:00-9:50p NH-130 Mar 26 7:00-9:50p NH-133 Mar 26 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB Jan 26

961 965 960 964 962 963

2 2 2 2 2 2

M,W M,W W,F M,F M,F Tu,Th

5:45-8:15p 5:45-8:15p 9:15-11:45a 9:15-11:45a 9:30-11:50a 6:00-8:10p

SP-LIB OF-TBA SP-LIB SP-LIB SP-LIB SP-LIB

Jan 28 Jan 23 Jan 25 Jan 25 Mar 22 Mar 21

002 005 002 005 004 008 004 005 006 009 003

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p

E-203 E-312 E-310 N-205 N-200 E-141 N-205 J-101 E-306 F-309 N-203

Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6

ADULT EDUCATION

Course Title

Class times and dates are subject to change.

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259 or 3513.

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Course Title

Course No.

ESL Writing Workshop-Intermediate ESL Writing Workshop-Advanced Writing Workshop-Advanced ESL ESL Intermediate-Grammr Review ESL ESL Intermediate-Grammr Review ESL ESL Adv ESL - Grammar Review Adv ESL - Grammar Review ESL Beginning Conversation ESL ESL Beginning Conversation ESL Beginning Conversation Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL ESL ESL Basics B ESL Intermed-Gramar Review II ESL ESL Intermed - Gramar Review II ESL Adv ESL-Grammar Review II ESL ESL Adv ESL-Grammar Review II Time to be announced ESL Tracking ESL

E23 E24 E24 E25 E25 E26 E26 E48 E48 E48 E49 E49 E62 E65 E65 E66 E66

004 003 006 002 007 003 004 005 006 008 001 008 005 001 002 001 004

Credit Hrs. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

Course Title

Course No.

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:00-12:50p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p 9:00-12:55p

R-125 E-314 F-303 E-304 F-304 E-209 R-317 F-303 E-203 E-305 R-301B R-125 R-123 N-200 E-218 E-141 E-302

Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Apr 6 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Apr 6 Jan 26 Jan 26 Apr 6

Ged A Ged A Ged III Ged III Ged B Off campus Spanish MATH I Spanish Math II Spanish Math II

GED E61 GED E61 GED E62 GED E62 GED E63

C01 001X

TBA

OF-TBA Feb 10

ADULT EDUCATION

GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Morning Math I Math I Math I Math I Math I Math I Math I Math II Math II Math II Math II Math II Math II Math II Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Ged A Ged A Ged A Ged III Ged III Ged B Evening Spanish Math II

001 004 006 007 012 016 030 001 002 003 014 023 027 028 001 002 004 008 009 001 002 003 001 008 001

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a 9:00-11:50a

E-205 G-313 R-301B R-313 R-301B N-205 D-313 M-142F N-205 F-105 J-118 F-302 R-311 M-142C R-301B R-309 J-118 T-130 R-313 F-211 M-142F M-142F T-159 R-313 R-317

Jan 24 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 29 Jan 29 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 24 Mar 26 Jan 28 Jan 28 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23

GED E17 003

3

GED E17 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E21

004 002 005 008 010 011 004

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Math II Math II Math II Math II

GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21

006 009 016 017

3 3 3 3

Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Pre-GED I Ged A

GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E61

005 016 003 020 026 004

3 3 3 3 3 3

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 6:00-8:50p 6:00-8:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

E-203 F-116 N-203 E-316 J-202 E-306 E-218 M-142H E-305 E-306 J-202 F-305 F-305 J-113 R-319 M-142H N-205 R-301B R-309 I-109 M-123B M-130

Jan 24

Spanish Math II Math I Math I Math I Math I Math I Math II

Tu Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu Th M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W M W

GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E20 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E21 GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E60 GED E61 GED E61 GED E61 GED E62 GED E62 GED E63

Mar 26 Jan 24 Jan 24 Mar 26 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 29 Mar 26 Jan 29 Mar 26 Mar 26 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23

Credit Hrs.

Days

Time

Loc.

Start

M-142I M-134 E-312 E-312 F-111

Jan 23 Mar 25 Jan 23 Mar 25 Mar 25

006 008 003 004 002

3 3 3 3 3

M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

GED E15 004 GED E17 001 GED E17 002

3 3 3

Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

9:00-11:50a NH-133 Jan 24 9:00-11:50a NH-112 Jan 24 9:00-11:50a NH-133 Mar 26

SCI E07 001

3

Th

5:30-9:25p

F-310

Jan 24

SCIENCE Evening Natural Science

IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ESL 4 ESL - Level 3 ESL Basics A ESL Basics B ESL 4

ESL ESL ESL ESL ESL

E14 E46 E61 E62 E14

040 040 040 040 025

9 9 4 4 9

Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th Tu,W,Th

7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p 7:00-9:50p

EL-114 EL-133 EL-116 EL-116 PA-OFF

Jan 23 Jan 23 Jan 23 Mar 26 Jan 23

English Language & Composition ENG E74 ESL E18 Reading & Writing Workshop I ESL E18 Reading & Writing Workshop I Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter ESL E19 ESL E48 Beginning Conversation ESL E49 Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt Intro to Reading and Writing ESL E50 Introduction to Citizenship ESL E52 ESL E52 Introduction to Citizenship ESL Intermed - Gramar Review II ESL E65 Reading & Writing Workshop I ESL E18 ESL E19 Reading Skill Developmnt-Inter Intermediate Conversation ESL E21 Advanced Conversation ESL E22 ESL E23 Writing Workshop-Intermediate ESL E24 Writing Workshop-Advanced ESL Intermediate-Grammr Review ESL E25 Adv ESL - Grammar Review ESL E26 Beginning Conversation ESL E48 Beginning Conversation ESL E48 Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL E49 ESL Basics B ESL E62 ESL Intermed - Gramar Review II ESL E65 Adv ESL-Grammar Review II ESL E66 Keyboarding DPR E23 Reading & Writing Workshop I ESL E18 Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL E49 Introduction to Citizenship ESL E52 Introduction to Citizenship ESL E52 Reading & Writing Workshop I ESL E18 Reading Skill Developmnt-Advan ESL E20 Intermediate Conversation ESL E21 Advanced Conversation ESL E22 Advanced Conversation ESL E22 Advanced Conversation ESL E22 Writing Workshop-Intermediate ESL E23 Writing Workshop-Advanced ESL E24 ESL Intermed-Grammr Review ESL E25 Adv ESL - Grammar Review ESL E26 Beginning Conversation ESL E48 Beg Read & Write Skill Dvlpmt ESL E49 ESL Intermed - Gramar Review II ESL E65 Adv ESL-Grammar Review II ESL E66

001 062 090 006 060 090 061 061 063 090 002 002 004 004 004 003 007 004 005 008 001 005 002 001 001 068 068 062 064 005 005 008 005 006 009 003 006 002 003 006 008 001 004

3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:00-1:00p A-203 9:00-12:55p NH-129 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB 9:00-12:55p NH-103 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB 9:00-12:55p NH-126 9:00-10:50a NH-133 11:00-12:50p NH-133 9:00-12:55p NL-LIB 9:00-12:55p E-203 9:00-12:55p E-310 9:00-12:55p N-200 9:00-12:55p N-205 9:00-12:50p R-125 9:00-12:55p E-314 9:00-12:55p F-304 9:00-12:55p R-317 9:00-12:55p F-303 9:00-12:55p E-305 9:00-12:55p R-301B 9:00-12:55p R-123 9:00-12:55p E-218 9:00-12:55p E-141 9:00-11:25a F-202 9:00-12:55p NH-126 9:00-12:55p NH-103 9:00-10:50a NH-133 11:00-12:50p NH-133 9:00-12:55p E-312 9:00-12:55p N-205 9:00-12:55p E-141 9:00-12:55p J-101 9:00-12:55p E-306 9:00-12:55p F-309 9:00-12:55p N-203 9:00-12:55p F-303 9:00-12:55p E-304 9:00-12:55p E-209 9:00-12:55p E-203 9:00-12:55p R-125 9:00-12:55p N-200 9:00-12:55p E-302

Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Jan 26 Feb 9 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6 Apr 6

WEEKEND

Class times and dates are subject to change.

Access to Literacy Needs You! 80

The Access to Literacy Program is looking for volunteers with genuine enthusiasm and a strong commitment to helping; academic expertise and previous tutoring experience is not necessary. Volunteer with the Access to Literacy Program. Spend two hours a week helping an adult improve his/her reading, writing, and math skills. Help someone improve his/her English language proficiency.

Contact Darlene Boyd at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3978. For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3259 or 3513.


Triton College Bookstore (708) 452-1180

Cernan Earth and Space Center Public Show Coupon

Buy 1 Ticket, Get 1 Free

Triton’s Cernan Center brings the heavens to you The Cernan Earth and Space Center brings out-of-this-world entertainment to you at Triton College. Laser Concerts Fridays 9 p.m. Saturdays 9 p.m. Call (708) 583-3100 for music titles.

Earth and Sky Shows Fridays 7:30 p.m. Saturdays 7:30 p.m.* Sundays 3 p.m.

Younger Children’s Shows Sundays 2 p.m.

*One Saturday night each month, our 7:30 p.m. show is replaced by the Monthly Skywatch.

Coupon valid through June 2013

Receive one free admission to any Cernan Center public show when a second admission of equal or greater value is purchased. This coupon must be presented to the cashier at the time of purchase. One free admission per coupon. For more information, call (708) 583-3100. www.triton.edu/cernan

• Become a Cernan Center member and receive complimentary tickets to our programs and a Star Store Gift Shop discount! • Triton College students receive free admission with a current ID. (Courtesy of Triton College Student Association)

Call (708) 583-3100 for program titles.

• Visit the Star Store Gift Shop or shop online at cernanstore.com.

For specific information about Cernan Center show titles, show times, and ticket prices, please call the Cernan Center's Program Line at (708) 583-3100 or visit our Web site at www.triton.edu/cernan.

For more information, call our Program Line at

(708) 583-3100. Visit the Cernan Center’s Web site at www.triton.edu/cernan.

Cernan Earth and Space Center

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Make a Difference with RSVP Put your talents and experience to work with the RSVP Volunteer Program of West Suburban Cook and Southern DuPage Counties. We can help by identifying volunteer opportunities in your community. You can: • Provide clerical support • Help ESL students practice their English conversational skills • Give companionship by visiting, listening, talking or reading to older adults living in a group home • Drive cancer patients who have no transportation to and from their treatment appointments • Serve as a volunteer nurse, ceramics instructor or docent • And more What you will receive in return is the joy of volunteering, as well as: • Free membership in a national organization • A quarterly newsletter • Mileage or meal reimbursement upon request • Supplemental insurance • Invitation to volunteer appreciation events • A feeling of accomplishment by giving back to the community and feeling good about yourself

Call the RSVP Volunteer Program at Triton College! (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3835 or 3603

Triton College Active Retired Citizens Club Looking for something to do in your retirement? Want to make new friends? Triton College’s Active Retired Citizens Club is a social club that provides activities and networking opportunities to adults who are young at heart and want to expand their social and intellectual life.

For more information, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3896. 82


Invest in Student Success Invest in Triton

Have You Heard What’s Going on at Triton College? There is a lot going on at Triton College these days! New students, new classes and a deeper sense of commitment to the communities we serve. You can be a part of it – by attending classes, arts programs or other community events, volunteering on campus, or investing in the work of Triton through the Triton College Foundation. The Triton Foundation works to provide funding for student scholarships, new programs and services, faculty costs, new equipment and books, and to help maintain and operate Triton College facilities – benefitting the thousands of students and community members like you who visit our campus every day. Want to be part of what’s happening at Triton? Go to www.triton.edu/foundation to read more about the investments you can make, to donate online, or to obtain more information. Call the Foundation office at (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3758, send an e-mail to foundation@triton.edu, or clip and mail the form below to:

Triton College Foundation • 2000 Fifth Ave. • River Grove, Ill. 60171

Be a Part of What’s Happening at Triton – Invest in Triton and You Invest in Student Success!

YES! I want to be a part of what’s happening at Triton – please accept my investment of:

■ $____________, with my enclosed check. ■ $____________, please charge to my credit card.

Name: ______________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________

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■ I can’t invest right now but I’ve got questions and would like to hear more about the Triton College Foundation. Thank you for considering an investment in the Triton College Foundation!

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Index

INDEX

Credit Courses Accounting............................................................................................22 Allied Health ........................................................................................22 Anthropology........................................................................................22 Architecture ..........................................................................................22 Art .........................................................................................................22 Astronomy ............................................................................................23 Auto Technology..................................................................................23 Biological Sciences..........................................................................23-24 Business .................................................................................................24 Chemistry..............................................................................................25 Chinese ..................................................................................................25 College Orientation .............................................................................25 Computer Information Systems ...................................................25-26 Cooperative Education........................................................................26 Counseling & Guidance.......................................................................26 Criminal Justice Administration .......................................................26 Diagnostic Medical Sonography ........................................................27 Early Childhood Education................................................................27 Economics .............................................................................................27 Education ..............................................................................................27 Emergency Management ....................................................................27 Emergency Medical Services ..............................................................28 Engineering Technology.....................................................................28 English/Literature & Composition ....................................................28 English/Rhetoric & Composition..................................................28-29 Fire Science Technology .....................................................................29 Geography.............................................................................................29 Geology..................................................................................................29 Health Education.................................................................................29 History...................................................................................................30 Hospitality Industry Administration...........................................30-31 Horticulture ..........................................................................................31 Humanities ...........................................................................................31 Independent Building Contractor .....................................................31 Italian.....................................................................................................31 Mass Communication..........................................................................31 Mathematics..........................................................................................32 Music ................................................................................................32-33 Nuclear Medicine Technology ...........................................................33 Nurse Assistant ....................................................................................33 Nursing ............................................................................................34-35 Ophthalmic Technician.......................................................................35 Philosophy and Logic ..........................................................................35 Health, Sport & Exercise Science .................................................35-36 Physical Science....................................................................................36 Physics ...................................................................................................36 Political Science....................................................................................36 Psychology .......................................................................................36-37 Radiologic Technology........................................................................37 Social Science........................................................................................37 Sociology................................................................................................37 Spanish...................................................................................................37 Speech/Theater.....................................................................................38 Surgical Technology ............................................................................38 Visual Communication .......................................................................38

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CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES Career Training Accounting............................................................................................52 Accounting Fundamentals..........................................................52 Performing Payroll in Quickbooks ...........................................52 Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) ..............................52 Employee Benefits: Concepts and Health Care Benefits (GBA 1)...............................................................................52 Medicar Operator.................................................................................52 Medicar Driver/Attendant Training .........................................52 Microsoft Certified Application Specialist.......................................52 Microsoft 2007 Word I........................................................................52 Microsoft 2007 Excel I.........................................................................52 Microsoft 2007 Access I.......................................................................52 Music Business......................................................................................52 Music Business Fundamentals & Strategic Management ............52 Microsoft Office Technology..............................................................53 Microsoft Office Technology (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.........................................................................53 Microsoft Access ..........................................................................53 Paralegal ................................................................................................53 Paralegal Research .......................................................................53 Paralegal Jurisprudence ..............................................................53 Paralegal Litigation......................................................................53 Paralegal Management ................................................................53 Paralegal Career ...........................................................................53 Private Security ....................................................................................53 Private Security Basic Training..................................................53 Private Security Firearms Training...........................................53 Project Management............................................................................53 Project Management Fundamentals .........................................53 Project Management Applications.............................................53 Real Estate.............................................................................................54 Real Estate Broker Pre-License Course................................................54 Managing Broker Pre-License Course..................................................54 Real Estate Home Inspection.............................................................54 Home Inspection.........................................................................................54 Spanish Interpretation.........................................................................54 Spanish Interpreter Training Medical Settings II .............................54 Transportation/Logistics .....................................................................54 Distribuation and Logistics Management ...........................................54 Freight Broker/Agent Training..............................................................54 Waterworks/Sanitation Professional.................................................54 Waterworks Operation Volume II.........................................................54 Wedding Planning ..............................................................................54 Wedding/Event Planning.........................................................................54

Health Careers Dental Assistant ...................................................................................54 Dental Assistant............................................................................54 Dialysis Technician..............................................................................54 Dialysis Technician Certification...............................................54 EKG Technician ..................................................................................54 EKG Technician Program..........................................................54 Evaluator Workshop ...........................................................................55 Nurse Evaluator Workshop .............................................................55 Gerontology ..........................................................................................55 Gerontology ..........................................................................................55 Medical Billing and Coding Certification - Online .......................55 Medical Billing......................................................................................55 Advanced Coding ICD-10..........................................................55 Advanced Coding CPT...............................................................55 Medical Coding ............................................................................55 Pharmacy Technician ..........................................................................55 Pharmacy Technician Course.....................................................55 Phlebotomy Technician ......................................................................55 Phlebotomy Training...................................................................55

Physical Therapy Aide........................................................................55 Physical Therapy Aide ................................................................55 Registered Nurse..................................................................................55 RN Re-Entry Update ..................................................................55 CNA Instructor Course for Registered Nurses.......................55

Professional Development - Classroom Business .................................................................................................56 Customer Service/Office Equipment ........................................56 Job Search Strategies....................................................................56

Computer Information Technology Classroom Basic Computer Skills .........................................................................56 Basic Computer Skills - Keyboarding .............................................56 Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users ..................56 Introduction to Computers II for First-time Users.................56 Introduction to Computers III: The Internet ..........................56 Introduction to Computers IV ...................................................56 Microsoft 2007 Word I ................................................................56 Microsoft 2007 Excel I .................................................................56 Microsoft 2007 Access I ...............................................................56

Professional Development - Online Entrepreneurship............................................................................56-57 Business Plan for the Small Business ...............................................56 Starting a Consulting Practice...........................................................57 Wow, What a Great Event!...............................................................57 Fundamentals of Technical Writing................................................57 Job Skills................................................................................................57 A to Z Grant Writing .........................................................................57 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals.........................................57 Effective Business Writing.................................................................57 Management....................................................................................57-59 Employment Law Fundamentals ....................................................57 Keys to Effective Communication ...................................................57 Interpersonal Communication ..........................................................58 Teams and Team Building.................................................................58 Supervisory Skills: An Introduction.................................................58 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management...........................58 Leadership Development ...................................................................58 Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications ............................................58 Total Quality Fundamentals..............................................................58 Resume Writing Workshop ..............................................................58 Get Assertive!..................................................................................58-59 Manufacturing Applications..............................................................59 Mastery of Business Fundamentals ..................................................59 Introduction to Business Analysis.....................................................59 Project Management ......................................................................59-60 Project Management Fundamentals................................................59 Project Management Applications ...................................................59 High Speed Project Management ....................................................59 Managing Customer Service..............................................................59 Effective Selling....................................................................................59 Professional Sales Strategies...............................................................60 Volunteer Management.......................................................................60 Volunteer Management I ...................................................................60

Computer Information Technology - Online Basic Computer Skills .........................................................................60 Keyboarding Technique.....................................................................60 Introduction to the Internet........................................................60 CompTIA Certifications ....................................................................60 Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep...........................60 CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep.................................60 CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep...................................60 Computer Repair and Maintenance ............................................60-61 Introduction to PC Troubleshooting ...................................60-61

For more information about Continuing Education courses, call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130.


Basic A+ Certification .................................................................61 Intermediate A+ Certification: Operating Systems ................61 Programming Languages .............................................................61-62 Introduction to C++ Programming ..........................................61 Introduction to C# Programming .............................................61 Intermediate C# Programming..................................................61 Java for the Absolute Beginner ..................................................61 Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Word .......................................61 Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Excel........................................61 Intermediate Microsoft 2007 Excel............................................62 Introduction to Microsoft 2007 Access......................................62 MS PowerPoint ............................................................................62 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2007...................................62 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 .....................................62 Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2007.................................62 Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 ............................................62 Web Page Development................................................................62-63 Achieving Top Search Engine Positions for Your Website ...62 Creating Web Pages ........................................................................63

Professional Development for Teachers Online

Test Preparation GMAT Preparation .....................................................................65 GRE Preparation Part 1 (Verbal and Analytical)....................65 GRE Preparation - Part 2 (Quantitative)..................................65 LSAT Preparation - Part 1 .........................................................65 LSAT Preparation - Part 2....................................................65-66 SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 1 .................................................66 SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2 .................................................66

Sports, Fitness and Recreation Dance................................................................................................66-67 Beginning Belly Dancing ............................................................66 Intermediate Belly Dancing........................................................66 Dancercise with Zumba ..............................................................66 Beginning Ballroom Dancing.....................................................66 Intermediate Ballroom Dancing ................................................66 Swing Dancing .............................................................................67 Basic Stepping...............................................................................67 Intermediate Stepping ................................................................67 Line Dancing: Beginning............................................................67 Line Dancing: Intermediate .......................................................67 Latin Club Dancing.....................................................................67 Fitness ..............................................................................................67-68 Total Fitness Center.....................................................................67 Fitness After Fifty........................................................................67

Life and Family Introduction to the History of Architecture.............................69 Beginning Drawing .....................................................................69 Basic Sketching and Drawing ....................................................69 Introduction to Theater ..............................................................69 Acting I..........................................................................................69 Parenting the Adolescent ............................................................69 Finance ..................................................................................................69 Getting Out of Debt ....................................................................69 Introduction to Investing ............................................................69 Finance for the Non-Financial Manager..................................69 Budgeting 101 ...............................................................................69 Foods ................................................................................................69-70 Beverage Management ................................................................69 Beginning Cake Decorating .......................................................69 Intermediate Cake Decorating...................................................69 Advanced Cake Decorating........................................................70 Advanced Cake Decorating with Fondant & Gum Paste ......70 Chocolate .......................................................................................70 Introductory Baking/Pastry........................................................70 Culinary Arts Quantity Food Prep I.........................................70 Artisan Breads ..............................................................................70 Computers/Information Technology...........................................70-71 Computer Learning/Open Lab at Nuevos Horizontes ..........70 E.T.R.C. Open Lab: Fall or Spring Full Semester Use ..........70 Internet Essential Skills...............................................................70 Introduction to Computers I for First-time Users ..................70 Introduction to Computers II for First-time Users.................70 Introduction to Computers III: The Internet ..........................70 Introduction to Computers IV ...................................................71

Hobbies/Crafts......................................................................................72 Circus Arts ....................................................................................72 Basic Photography........................................................................72 Digital Imaging ............................................................................72 Digital Photography ....................................................................72 Woodworking...............................................................................72 Woodcarving.................................................................................72 Basic Bird Watching ....................................................................72 Horticulture.....................................................................................72-73 Easy-living Landscaping for the Home....................................72 Wedding Floral Design...............................................................72 Holiday Floral Arrangements....................................................73 Silk Flower Arrangements .........................................................73 Landscape Design & Construction I..........................................73 Languages........................................................................................73-74 Beginning Conversational French .............................................73 Beginning Conversational French II.........................................73 Beginning Conversational Italian ..............................................73 Intermediate Conversational Italian..........................................73 Elementary Italian .......................................................................73 Beginning Conversational Polish...............................................73 Beginning Conversational Polish II ..........................................73 Beginning Conversational Japanese ..........................................73 Beginning Converstional Japanese II ........................................73 Beginning Conversational Spanish............................................73 Elementary Spanish I ..................................................................73 Intermediate Coversational Spanish..........................................73 Speed Spanish ...............................................................................73 Speed Spanish II...........................................................................74 Music......................................................................................................74 Beginning Piano ...........................................................................74 Beginning Guitar .........................................................................74 Learn to Enjoy Group Singing ..................................................74 Triton Community Chorus.........................................................74 Triton Community Jazz Band ...................................................74 Retirement ............................................................................................74 The New Retirement Reality and Rescue Strategies..............74 Retire With Confidence ..............................................................74 Health Care in Retirement .........................................................74 Saving Smart and Investing for Retirement ............................74

INDEX

CPDU Eligible ...............................................................................63-65 Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success .........63 The Creative Classroom..............................................................63 Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom ...............................63 Enhancing Language Development in Childhood....................63 Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Achievement.....63 Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom..........................................................63 Integrating Technology in the K-5 Classroom...................63-64 Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom ....................................64 Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom .....................................64 Ready, Set, Read!..........................................................................64 Survival Kit for New Teachers ..................................................64 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems ...................................64 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II...............................64 Teaching Math: Grades 4-6............................................................64 Teaching Science: Grades 4-6 ...............................................64-65 Understanding Adolescents........................................................65 Using the Internet in the Classroom .........................................65 Working Successfully with Learning Disabled Students .............65

Beginning Yoga ............................................................................67 Restorative Yoga...........................................................................67 Pilates Mat Class (Beginning).....................................................68 Lamas Qi Gong (Chinese Healing) ...........................................68 Beginning Tai Chi........................................................................68 NIA - Neurological Integrative Action ....................................68 Aquacize for Seniors....................................................................68 Arthritis Aquatic Program .........................................................68 Beginning Swimming..................................................................68 Intermediate Swimming for Adults..........................................68 Aquacize........................................................................................68 Sports .....................................................................................................68 Badminton for Fun......................................................................68 Beginning Golf .............................................................................68 Intermediate Golf.........................................................................68

General Youth Programs Beginning Piano, Violin and Rhythm............................................74 Beginning Piano, Violin and Rhythm II - Private Lessons .......75 Swim Instruction for Children ..................................................75 Competitive Swimming ..............................................................75 Parent/Tot Swim ..........................................................................75

Lifelong Learning Electricity for the Homeowner ..................................................71 Rules of the Road .........................................................................71 How to Travel to and Through Europe...................................71 American State and Urban Politics ...........................................71 Great Decisions.............................................................................71 Great Philosophers.......................................................................71 Great Books for Everyone ..........................................................71 Great Films for Everyone ...........................................................71 Creative Writing I........................................................................71 Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers ............................71 Writeriffic 2: Advanced Creativity Training for Writers...............................................................71 Writing Your Life Story..............................................................71 Cultural Heritage.................................................................................72 Italian Culture and Arts..............................................................72 Polish Culture and Arts ..............................................................72 Mexican Culture and Arts ..........................................................72

Register online at www.triton.edu.

ADULT EDUCATION ESL, GED .......................................................................................78-80

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Triton Extras to Help You Succeed Triton wants you to succeed and has developed some helpful services and programs listed below. For more information, call Triton’s main number (708) 456-0300 and then the extensions listed. Academic Success Center (ASC) The ASC offers college skills workshops and first-rate tutoring in a variety of areas. This free service is available to currently enrolled Triton students. For more information, stop by Room A-106 in the Learning Resource Center, or call Ext. 3361.

Access to Literacy If you know an adult who needs literacy instruction or if you would like to volunteer as a reading tutor, call Triton’s Access to Literacy Program at Ext. 3259.

Admissions Call Center The Admissions Call Center staff is committed to providing accurate, supportive and timely information regarding the programs and policies of Triton College. Our goal is to assist and enrich all Triton populations in the pursuit of their educational goals. The Admissions Call Center strives to meet the needs of Triton’s highly diverse community of traditional and non-traditional life-long learners. The Admissions Call Center is available to assist students, faculty, and staff with information and resources. Some of our services include: • Answer general college and • Register for Classes admission questions • Faculty Contact Information • Program Information • Explain College Tuition/Fees • Class Location/Description • Special Event Information Phone Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; Closed Sunday. Contact Information Telephone: (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130 E-mail: admissions@triton.edu Online: www.triton.edu/admcallcenter

Fax: (708) 583-3147

Adult Education If you’re looking to finish high school or learn English, then the Adult Education (AE) Department can help you. Triton’s AE offers GED and High School Completion programs. The High School Completion Program offers two programs that allow you to complete your high school graduation requirements and obtain a traditional high school diploma—Evening High School and Adult High School. English as a Second Language courses also are offered and include reading, writing, grammar, conversation and pronunciation. ESL courses are offered at Triton and at its extension site, Nuevos Horizontes in Melrose Park. For more information on the High School Completion and GED programs and ESL courses, call Ext. 3259. For more information on Nuevos Horizontes, call (708) 649-2101.

Career Services Center The Career Services Center can help you with your job hunt. Weekly Job Opportunities Bulletin, computerized job notification, employment workshops, career coaching, resume critiques, selfassessment software, career information software and more are available. CHOICES, a comprehensive career assessment program that provides an in-depth examination of your work-style preferences, interests, values and personality type, also is offered. Call Ext. 3538 or 3813.

Center for Business and Professional Development Sharpen your edge and stay ahead of your competition with our customized services, including on-site training specific to individual workplace needs and short-term skill training and certification. Call Ext. 3489 for more information.

Center for Access and Accommodative Services Students with learning, physical or emotional disabilities can take advantage of assistance that may include special orientations, individual tutoring, adaptive equipment, note takers to assist during class lectures, test taking assistance, large print materials, recorded textbooks, liaison with instructors and sign-language services. For more information, call Ext. 3854.

Child Care Now you can go to class and relax knowing your child is close by. The Child Development Center offers Flex-time for student parents. Call Ext. 3668.

Cooperative Education Test your career goals, gain an edge in the employment market and defray the cost of college expenses while earning college credit with Triton’s Cooperative Education Program. For more information, visit the Cooperative Education Office, located in the Learning Resource Center, Room A-204 or call Ext. 3322.

Counseling Department Services Counselors are available to discuss with students career or transfer planning, academic concerns, preparing for graduation or personal problems. Information on college policy, the college catalog and campus referrals also are provided. Walk-in services are available in the Student Center, Room 100. Call Ext. 3588 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

ETRC The Educational Technology Resource Center (ETRC) supports the college curriculum and encourages effective learning by distributing and processing material to support all distance learning education. The ETRC staff provides learning materials and curriculum in a variety of formats including video, audio, interactive laser disk, DVD and computer assisted programs. These services enhance or supplement Online/Blackboard and telecourses. The center provides computer-based educational services to all current Triton College students, faculty and staff. ETRC is Triton’s primary computer lab, with current technology and software. For more information, call Ext. 3361.

Fitness Center Enjoy state-of-the-art exercise equipment in the Fitness Center, located on the ground floor of the Robert M. Collins Center. For more information, call Ext. 3793.

Introduction to College Make your school user-friendly by enrolling in COL 101 Introduction to College. This course is a one-credit-hour course designed to help you develop the learning skills needed to succeed in college. Call Ext. 3130 for more information.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Make a difference. Become a volunteer with Triton’s RSVP. Volunteers are an invaluable resource to our community. Call Ext. 3835 to find out more.

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Student Life The Office of Student Life has many clubs and organizations you can join. It also offers leadership workshops, group study, alumni events, cultural programming and campus entertainment. For more information, call the Office of Student Life at Ext. 3383, or stop by Room B-120 of the Student Center.

Student Orientation If you are a new Triton student, Triton’s orientation program is for you. The program will introduce you to the campus, its facilities and services. Visit www.triton.edu/destinationsuccess or call Ext. 3130.

Testing Center

Triton College has a new and larger Testing Center that provides placement tests for incoming students (see page 11), as well as proctoring for missed in-class exams. Located in the ‘A’ Building on the main campus, the Testing Center can accommodate up to 70 students at one time and is equipped with computers for technology-based tests.

Tours Individuals or groups can obtain tours of the campus. All tours are available Monday-Thursday, 4-6 p.m. on a walk-in basis, or by appointment. Call the Admissions Call Center at Ext. 3130.

Triton College Bookstore Whatever kind of book you’re looking for, you can find it here. We've got you covered, cover-to-cover. We also carry office supplies, computer products, apparel, gifts, and a wide variety of candy and snacks. Gift cards are also available and can be used towards any Bookstore purchase. The Bookstore is open Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Triton’s Cernan Earth and Space Center Enjoy some out-of-this-world entertainment right at Triton’s Cernan Center. Call the Program Line at (708) 583-3100 to find out what’s playing.

Tutoring Free tutoring in English, mathematics, chemistry, physics, reading and Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs is available in the Academic Success Center (ASC), Room A-106, Learning Resource Center. For information, call Ext. 3361.

Writing Across the Curriculum Center (WACC) Triton’s WACC is dedicated to promoting better writing on campus. The center can assist you on any phase of the writing process. For more information, call the WACC at Ext. 3361, or stop by Room A-106 in the Learning Resource Center for an appointment.

Discover Triton: Explore Your Opportunities

Info Sessions

Our info sessions are designed for future Triton College students and offer a one-stop shop for admission and financial aid as well as the opportunity to meet faculty in featured program areas. Join us at Discover Triton and start your next steps to enrolling at Triton College today! For details, go to www.triton.edu/discover_triton/


Triton College is an easy drive . . . From the South Travel north on the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) and exit onto the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290), heading east toward downtown Chicago. Exit the Eisenhower at First Avenue and turn left (north). Travel to North Avenue, turn left and drive west to the next stoplight, which is Fifth Avenue. Turn right and drive north on Fifth Avenue to the next stoplight. Main campus will be on your left. PLEASE NOTE: There is NO exit from the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) at North Avenue. From the East Travel west on North Avenue to Fifth Avenue (one block west of First Avenue). Turn right and drive north on Fifth Avenue to the next stoplight. Main campus will be on your left. From the West Travel east on North Avenue to Fifth Avenue (just past the Winston Plaza Shopping Center). Turn left and drive north on Fifth Avenue to the next stoplight. Main campus will be on your left. From the North Take the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) south to the Irving Park Road exit (Illinois 19) and head east to River Road. Turn right (south) on River Road. Stay to the right at Fifth Avenue to reach the main campus (second stoplight). PLEASE NOTE: There is NO exit from the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) at North Avenue.

Triton College is easy to get to by train or bus . . . From the South Take the Douglas train to the end of the line. Exit at the Cicero-Berwyn stop and take the 322 bus west to Cermak and First Avenues. Then take the 331 bus north to the Triton campus. From the East Take the Congress train to the end of the line. Exit at the Des Plaines stop and take the 17, 303 or 310 bus west to Madison and Fifth Avenues. Then take the 331 bus north to the Triton campus. OR Take the Lake Street train to the Austin or Harlem exits. Take the 309 or 313 bus west to Lake Street and Fifth Avenue. Then take the 331 bus north to the Triton campus. If you are looking for an alternate route, exit at Harlem Avenue and take the 318 bus to North and Fifth Avenues. You can then walk three blocks to campus. From the North and Northwest Take the O’Hare train to Cumberland Avenue. At the Cumberland exit, take the 331 bus directly to the Triton campus. For more information, call the Travel Information Center (CTA, Pace, Metra) from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. From Chicago or suburbs, call (312) 836-7000.


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